Won’t You Be My Neighbor?

1h 35m

Fred Rogers used puppets and play to explore complex social issues: race, disability, equality and tragedy, helping form the American concept of childhood. He spoke directly to children and they responded enthusiastically. Yet today, his impact is unclear. Have we lived up to Fred's ideal of good neighbors?


  • Image Al Gore
    Al Gore
  • Image Betty Aberlin
    Betty Aberlin
  • Image Betty Seamans
    Betty Seamans
  • Image Bill Clinton
    Bill Clinton
  • Image Brian Kilmeade
    Brian Kilmeade
  • Image Christa McAuliffe
    Christa McAuliffe
  • Image David Bianculli
    David Bianculli
  • Image David Newell
    David Newell
  • Image Fran├žois Scarborough Clemmons
    Fran├žois Scarborough Clemmons
  • Image Fred Rogers
    Fred Rogers
  • Image Hillary Clinton
    Hillary Clinton
  • Image Jeff Erlanger
    Jeff Erlanger
  • Image Jim Rogers
    Jim Rogers
  • Image Joanne Rogers
    Joanne Rogers
  • Image Joe Negri
    Joe Negri
  • Image John O. Pastore
    John O. Pastore
  • Image John Rogers
    John Rogers
  • Image Johnny Costa
    Johnny Costa
  • Image Junlei Li
    Junlei Li
  • Image Kailyn Davis
    Kailyn Davis
  • Image Koko
  • Image Lyndon B. Johnson
    Lyndon B. Johnson
  • Image Margaret Whitmer
    Margaret Whitmer
  • Image Max King
    Max King
  • Image McColm Cephas Jr.
    McColm Cephas Jr.
  • Image Nick Tallo
    Nick Tallo
  • Image Penny Patterson
    Penny Patterson
  • Image Robert F. Kennedy
    Robert F. Kennedy
  • Image Tom Junod
    Tom Junod
  • Image Tom Snyder
    Tom Snyder
  • Image Yo-Yo Ma
    Yo-Yo Ma
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