As a child, I was one of Mister Rogers’ television neighbors. He was a companion and a storyteller. He made a point to illuminate the arts, show how things were made, and address challenging topics. I felt good when I was in his presence. Mister Rogers knew how to speak to children. He calmed their fears, accepted them, and encouraged them to express their feelings in healthy ways. He was inclusive, curious, and compassionate. Mister Rogers embodies the kind of attention and caring that we hope to instill in our children. He was the very best kind of role model. Children and adults need him just as much today as they did when his show was on the air. I started my research in the summer of 20

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