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About CharacterSellers.org

 CharacterSellers.org

“Best words to inspire students.”

No one has analyzed the message to inspire students to give their best in school.  We are working on the message.  There are thousands of “programs” but no one has identified the messages to inspire students to do their best in school. We want to hear your message to students, and scientifically test it to see what works best.  Over fifty years ago Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. said, “I look to a day when people will not be judged by the color of their skin, but by the content of their character.”

Working hard in school is a character trait.  We will be analyzing the 3Ms: messages, micro-actions, and metrics to see what works best.  Governments, schools, civic clubs, and churches are spending trillions each year to solve the high school dropout problem, but with limited success.  Concerned Citizens Inc. – a 30 year old 501c3 tax exempt foundation.  Basic membership is $36 (or $3 a month), or become a Supporter for $100 (Silver), $250 (Gold), or $1,000 (Diamond).

Here are 5 TV ads we have produced to show you our approach.  We hope you will help.

TV Ads.

 

 

 Jack Kemp, March 6, 2003 – “Rick, you and Concerned Citizens are a model ……. ” of how to improve race relations.

 New Book on Jack Kemp

The definitive biography of Jack Kemp, and why his legacy matters to today’s GOP. (From Amazon.com)

As today’s Republicans struggle to broaden their base and promote reform, some are reviving the legacy of Jack Kemp, one of the most important Republicans of the 1970s, 80s, and 90s.  Kemp approached politics the same way he played quarterback for the Bills: with a refusal to accept defeat. Yet he was also willing to compromise to get things done, and his commitment to the working class and minorities attracted voters who usually rejected the GOP. He was instrumental in helping Ronald Reagan create an era of sustained and widespread prosperity.

Great thoughts by Senator Jeff Sessions on the need for a good education to get a good job.




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