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“In the 1930s when Fred Rogers was growing up, living in a neighborhood meant safety, security, comfort and help. He had neighbors and relatives who understood him, helped him when his parents didn’t understand, and took him to the library to find books that interested him. Go ahead, save him when he was bullied on the street, after all, living in the neighborhood meant friends and classmates who cared for him and wanted to share their experiences .