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Inspiring Character is the official magazine of Character.org.

If you dream of building more character in your community and learn something along the way,
our quarterly magazine will be a helpful guide in your ongoing journey.

Every issue of Inspiring Character is listed below.
Please select an issue, then click on the cover to view the online version.


Character Research Events and Updates Family/Parenting Featured Organizations In Their Own Voice Newsletter Newsletter : 01.21.2021 Newsletter : 03.18.2021 Newsletter : 04.15.2021 Newsletter : 04.22.2021 Newsletter : 05.06.2021 Newsletter : 05.19.2020 Newsletter : 06.11.2020 Newsletter : 06.25.2020 Newsletter : 08.11.2020 Newsletter : 08.27.2020 Newsletter : 09.17.2020 Newsletter : 10.01.2020 Newsletter : 10.15.2020 Newsletter : 10.29.2020 Newsletter : 11.12.2020 Newsletter : 11.24.2020 Newsletter : 12.17.2020 Press Releases Sports/Coaching Workplaces

Character.org summer intern, Holly Whisenant, ventured on her own character virtues journey after being inspired by Benjamin Franklin and his 13...

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by: Anne Cass “I am not afraid to speak out for what I value. Amara Ifeji “No matter how many times I’ve been knocked down,...

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by: Maureen Mulderig “Which is more important,” asked Big Panda, “the journey or the destination?” “The...

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By Barbara Whitlock, Humanities Coordinator at Montrose School. In early October 2020, when the US presidential election season was churning in the...

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By Heather Cazad When I was three, I lived in the country where my mom owned 21 acres of woodsy hillside. I was too young to form many memories...

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By David Streight, author: Breaking Into the Heart of Character Of the 11 Principles, Principle 7 (“The school fosters students’...

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By Liliana Borrero, Associate Director of Learning Programs at Colegio Nueva Granada, Bogotá, Colombia “When we think about the kind of...

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By Brandon DiCroce, Fairway Approach At your average high school or university, chances are that golf is not going to be the most popular sport...

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By Barbara Weaver Scott Jackie DeShannon’s song – “What the world needs now, is love, sweet love,” sums up the necessity...

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By Bryan Stanton, Alamo Heights High School It is widely known that the arts are an essential and unique human experience. When COVID-19...

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by Dr. David Keller, Director of the Hollingsworth Center for Ethical Leadership at Texas A&M University Note: This article was originally...

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By Heather CazadDirector, Communications; Director, National Forum at Character.org On this Thanksgiving Week, I want to reflect on the people...

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