In our society today, people of all races, colors and religions have not fully gained their rights. Discrimination still exists as a major conflict. Problems including violations of civil rights, a lack of freedom, and disputes between people also develop. Why should racism be eliminated? This question led to civil rights actions such as Martin Luther King's freedom speech. "I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character". Similarly, my dream for America is to end ...view middle of the document...
If my wish is granted, all men will be allowed to speak for themselves. Then these ideas can be suggestions to improve our society.
Throughout the world, religions are practiced and different languages are spoken. There are also obstacles against this. Although these privileges are acceptable, challengers still perform actions for disagreements. If my dream for America comes true, everyone can contentedly express him or herself. Equality will be divided evenly among all human beings.
Among the places I have been to, whether my school or the mall, quarrels erupt at the blink of an eye. Why is that? Again, the answer is discrimination. If I can realize my dream, there will be an end or at least a reduction in derision. Teasing would no longer exist in the world of equal men. All citizens would feel that America is for all.
Once more, my dream for America is to end racism. Reasons supporting this opinion relate to people's freedom and a diminution in mockery. Everyone can comfortably attain their desires. No one would feel "different" from others. There will also be a decrease in banter of diverse backgrounds. Everyone can work together in unison, accepting various customs. Moreover, all people can express their ideas without others' disagreement. Everyone can confirm to other countries that the United States is a world-model country for the respect its citizens receive.