Were you blown away by the amazing podcast last week discussing the letter from Mr. Rogers? Want to know more? Want to dive deeper? So do we!
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Did you ever hear…
- That Mr. Rogers served in the Army and was a sniper in Vietnam?
- That Mr. Rogers only wore sweaters to cover up the tattoos on his arms?
- That he used to chase kids off his porch on Halloween?
All of these are untrue. However, in this special bonus, “off the record” recording, Dr. Stephanie Varnon-Hughes and Dr. David Carter will discuss the misconceptions about Mr. Rogers and why we have such a hard time believing in the goodness of Mr. Rogers, that he was the same “off screen” as he was “on screen.”
Take a listen to this bonus podcast and join the discussion on social media.
Fun fact: Why did Mr. Rogers like the number 1-4-3 so much? Because it takes 1 letter to say “I”, 4 letters to say “love,” and 3 letters to say, “you.”
About the Podcast
In Times Like These explores the difficult spaces we humans navigate in culture and religion, in dialogue and doubt. We talk to voices from the field, in law, activism, civil rights, and from places of struggle and places of deep learning. In Times Like These, we unpack the most troubling issues of politics and faith we face, together.
In Times Like These is hosted by Dr. Stephanie Varnon-Hughes and is a CLU Live production by Claremont Lincoln University.
Claremont Lincoln University offers socially conscious master’s degree programs in organizational development, public administration, human resources management, healthcare administration, higher educational, and social change.