Define and Identify

Bullying is when someone chooses to mistreat another individual and strip them of their dignity. Though that is the general way to describe bullying, there are many ways bullying can be done. It is important to know what types of bullying there are and how to help the target.  The first kind of bullying is[…]

Character by Maggie Frank

Character.  It is a word not used as often as it was even just 10 years ago.  But, what a need there is for people with character.  We are constantly defined by our character.  It is our attitude when we are approached for doing something wrong.  It is our spoken and unspoken attitude  toward the[…]

Breaking it Down: Respect (The Pledge pt. 1)

The first commitment for the Dignity Pledge is “To be kind, friendly, humane, compassionate, and thoughtful of others.” Sounds pretty great, right? But what does this really mean? What does it look like to really, truly commit to this statement?  Well, kindness, compassion, and thoughtfulness can look different depending on circumstances and individuals. However, these[…]

Emotional Intelligence and Academic Success

Emotional intelligence is important as it relates to academic success according to a new study. Emotional intelligences are not just important for the workplace but also for the school. Dignity Revolution focuses on social and emotional competencies as it relates to student’s emotional intelligence. Our goal is to build empathy and relationship through hands-on activities[…]

Your Reflection Upon Reflection

What do you see when you look in the mirror? It shouldn’t be overly surprising or concerning for that matter. You should see you staring back at you. Shocking right? When was the last time your reflection felt appreciation? Much like a motivational quote that six months ago filled you inspirationally and now threatens to[…]