Gooch – Omaha, Nebraska

“It seems like the world is so crazy and everybody is against each other, you know, and it doesn’t have to be like that. It’s really nuts to me. So I’d like to see that, you know, come together – let’s all hold hands, light candles in a big circle or something, you know?”

Crystal Clark – New Haven, Connecticut

“I guess, for things to get better, not to get worse. I could say that directly as ‘in the world,’ ‘in society,’ ‘this community,’ and myself. Because I like the idea of progression, and I like the idea of growing and becoming a better version of what’s happening. I don’t want to be like ‘World […]

Bill Kight – Glenwood Springs, Colorado

“My hope for the future is that we all treat people like we’d like to be treated. I think that pretty much solves it right there. It’s not brain surgery, it’s not rocket science. I find when we do that as human beings, regardless of who we are, what social strata, what race, gender, religion, […]

Natasha Muse – East Bay, California

“I hope that we can make that transition where we understand that people have a basic right to food and shelter and medical care, and just give them those things and not insist that they perform some kind of labor or menial task just to ‘earn’ that.”

Fernando Lejardi – Elko, Nevada

“I think instead of going forwards, we’re going backwards again, and it’s so sad. Instead of being more united, I see more the opposite way. So hopefully everything goes better, more than for us – I’m getting older – for my daughter’s future, the next generation, hopefully it changes…that would be good.”

David Willeitner – Salt Lake City, Utah

“My hope for the future – and this is something that I’ve been working on right now, specifically, very recently – is I want to start seeing myself as deserving of the love that people show me. I’ve always had confidence in myself but now I want to have pride in myself. And that comes […]