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Dreams: Racial Integration

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Trust in the God and remember there is no failure in God, Step out on failure. God will continue to see you through Keep on look up to dream.

My dream is that one day the world will truly be an equal and wonderful place for all people…my children will not have to fear being mistreated because of their race Charlene 30022

that another 30 years will not have to go by before more racial changes are made. Our current and first Black President is hated for simply being a black man. This is very very sad. Wanda

to penetrate the world of classical ballet, becoming a prominent African America ballerina during a time where there are very few.

I have a drem that all races and religions will be accepted by everyone. I want this to happen because when people accept your country of origin you feel accepted as a person.

to strive towards creating an environment that does not foster or feed notions of 'other'

to help our African American children get the right education they need and learn there history and how blessed they are.

At a dinner before "We Day Seattle," Tuesday evening, I had the honor of meeting MLK Jr III. I told him about this powerful video, inspired by MLK's "I have a dream" speech...

That we will have a national Project on "healing racism" in America that will engage citizens in healing their racism on an individual, family, community local, state & National level.

I have a dream to one day be a lawyer so that I am able to help fight injustices across the state of Florida so that my children can grow up in peace...

I have a dream.. That some day everyone will be judged on their character and not their color...

My dream to eliminate racism Angela

My Dream Is To Defy The Negative Stereo Types That Seem To Be Tightly Bound To African American Males...

A world like Dr. King envisioned.

I have a dream that all people will be able to go to college and get the best education this State and others have to offer, no matter what race or nationality they are.

I have a dream that one day people will not be afraid of the difference they see in others who are not like them, but will embrace it as an adventure and an exciting opportunity to learn something new...

That our children of today are reminded of the struggles our ancestors endured, and encouraged by all the accomplishments our leaders of yesterday instilled for us.

that people will stop judging a person by what's on the outside!

That the society becomes a whole lot better than what it is now through no bulling and harrasment towards others of different ethnicities, races, and religious groups. :)! -Tatiyanna

That the light and sound of Dr. King and love gave to the beloved community will shine for eternity with much aloha. Regina