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  • Empowerment Unlimited

    If a saint has lived among us in our lifetime, it was Fred Rogers. He was one of the steadfastly calming, grounding, reassuring influences of my childhood. Mister Rogers Remixed | Garden of Your Mind | PBS Digital Studios, via YouTube.

  • BlackBerryMoonShine

    Curious to see what happens when remix culture meets Mister Rogers? That's a good thing! (Thanks to the Fred Rogers Co. for its support) - This brings back SO many precious memories for me and growing up with this special man

  • Cathi Warren

    This man was so much of my childhood! Miss him! Curious to see what happens when remix culture meets Mister Rogers? That's a good thing! (Thanks to the Fred Rogers Co. for its support)

  • Anna Rodman

    coolest thing ever...i loved this man! Mister Rogers Remixed | Garden of Your Mind | PBS Digital Studios

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