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Dear tomorrow,

I envision a world of justice, a world where we may finally achieve peace. I hope that our generation will make a stand against animal testing, police cruelty and racial discrimination. I believe if we work as one we can stop climate change and implement a difference for the better, for the common good, and for the world we live in today. With support we can achieve anything.

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