Beloved TV Reporter Broadcasts From Home to Help Children With Mr. Rogers-Like Lessons on Kindness

CBS reporter Steve Hartman is usually spending his work week traveling the country so he can shine a spotlight on some of America’s most compassionate citizens and everyday heroes.

Since the novel coronavirus outbreaks has confined Hartman to working from home, however, the newsman and father-of-four is continuing his quest for kindness by livestreaming a week-long course on kindness.

For each day of the work week, Hartman has been broadcasting a different 30-minute lesson on kindness through the CBS News Facebook Live stream.

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On Monday, he talked to his viewers about his experience in character; on Tuesday, he discussed the magic of empathy—but for every one of his Kindness 101 classes, Hartman uses some of the most heartwarming segments of his work to illustrate the ongoing importance of kindness.

So despite how Hartman launched the free online course as a means of offering some educational content to America’s children during their time home from school, his lessons in compassion are valuable to everybody—regardless of their age.

Hartman’s next Kindness 101 class will be livestreamed on the CBS Facebook page on Thursday, March 26th at 2PM EST.

(WATCH the news coverage below OR our international viewers can check out the footage on the CBS website)

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