Thank you for your interest in sharing articles from Roots of Action. Please read the following guidelines regarding reprints. If you need further information, you are welcome to contact us.
If you are a school, nonprofit organization, or parent educator, we are happy to permit the use of any of our articles as printed handouts or in printed newsletters. You also have permission to translate them into other languages. In this situation (when it does not appear online), we require that you include the author bio with the article, and the following statement: Reprinted with permission. Visit www.rootsofaction.com for additional articles on positive youth development.
Digital Reprints for School and Nonprofit Newsletters
If you are a school or 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, you are granted permission to reprint any ONE article from Roots of Action in EACH newsletter disseminated to parents and/or educators via opt-in email subscription, provided you do not reprint any of our latest six (6) articles, as listed from the top of the Articles Page. For digital reprints you must include the author bio with the article in addition to the following: Reprinted with permission. Visit Roots of Action for additional articles on positive youth development. A copy of your newsletter can be archived online, as is common practice for many email newsletter services. However, if you wish to reprint articles directly to a web page, please see “Digital Reprints” policy below.
We do not grant permission to reprint the full text of any of our articles online without written consent, except as outlined above. However, you always have permission to post the title and approximately 150 words of the article, followed by a hyperlink that directs the reader to the original article. This is a common practice followed by reputable websites worldwide. In addition, please include the author bio somewhere on the same page.
Social Media Sharing
We always appreciate you sharing any of our articles on social media! You not only have our permission, you have our gratitude as well!
Marilyn Price-Mitchell, Ph.D., Founder, Roots of Action