Even though we face the difficulties of oppression, I still have a dream today.
I have a dream that one day we as people will fight for the strength of others, and not the strength over others. I have a dream that one day, the quiet and shy may stand with power and glory for their hopes and desires. I have dream that one day, in the small towns and cities, love will dance in the sweet air and harmony will come between every little child. I have a dream today. Let us be friends with our neighbors! When this happens — when the pressure on the wilting backs of others has been lifted and carried away — we will sing of our joy.
This will be the day that God will look down upon His loving children and see every beautiful child smile brightly and towards the heavens.
Sara Bunker, Wasatch Jr. High
Salt Lake City
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