“If you lose hope, somehow you lose the vitality that keeps moving, you lose that courage to be, that quality that helps you go on...” (Martin Luther King Jr.). My vision for the community is to see more minorities attending college. Younger children would be influenced by triumphing students and thus would challenge themselves in school. Martin Luther King Jr. would have wanted more minority scholars taking a rigorous course work in school to expand ones' knowledge. I envision more minorities taking advanced and honors courses in high school and beyond. Not only do I envision a rigorous course work but a high decrease in discrimination of ones' capabilities because of race, origin, nationality, sex, religion or disabilities. There is a future where one day people will not be judged by their exterior appearance but solely on the internal being.