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Long live Mr. Rogers' quiet revolution

10 mins | Apr 14, 2018
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In the popular children’s TV show Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood, Fred Rogers pioneered a world where creativity reigned, emotions could be discussed, and supportive adults listened. Cynthia Greenlee, writing in JSTOR Daily, pays tribute to the show’s progressive legacy.
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