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Reply to "What's At The End of the Rainbow?"

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Originally posted by Rowe:
Now, because of our ancestors' unwaivering faith and sacrifice, everyone everywere is asking themselves: What can't those Black people realistically achieve in this country? Black people have survived the worst treatment that any group on the planet has ever endured, and despite the problems that we see in poor Black communities, we remain a optimistic and goal-oriented people. We should be telling ourselves everyday that we are not only THE American Dream, we represent the World's Dream.


You must have been reading my mind Rowe, you took the words right out of my mouth. I've always felt that the American Dream was my dream, your dream, anyone's dream, what ever dream that is. This is the country where it can happen. No matter how bad things get, we always push through because we have a hope for something better. America has a sense of hope that I think is gone in most of the rest of the world. Despite all our short-commings I believe we a blessed.
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