The Neighborhood Manifesto: the Radical Kindness of Mr. Rogers

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This year marks the 50th anniversary since the first national broadcast of Mr. Rogers’ Neighborhood. In this very special episode of Non-Compete, we take a look at Mr. Rogers’ radical philosophy of kindness and caring.

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3 Responses to “The Neighborhood Manifesto: the Radical Kindness of Mr. Rogers

  • Jason Barker
    5 years ago

    There was a “Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood” marathon on Twitch last year and I watched as much of it as I could. His show was the driving force behind my movement towards Leftist ideologies. What a terrific human being he was. There really aren’t enough words to describe the positive influence that he had on so many lives.

    • Emerican Johnson
      5 years ago

      I absolutely agree with you on all these points. It took me a long time for me to realize that leftism was the only path that could reconcile my ethics with my politics but I’m glad I found my way. If we could all just be maybe 5% as kind and empathetic as Mr. Rogers this world would look a lot different, don’t ya think?

  • “I once investigated for this blog if any of those factories where Mr. Rogers once showed kids how things were made were still in business. The results were just too depressing to share.”–jdg

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