Hope for a kinder world

British entrepreneur Anita Roddick began her work as an activist for kindness when she opened The Body Shop in Brighton, England, in 1976. The company sells skin-and hair-care products products that are environmentally friendly. As a world traveler who has lived with tribes of indigenous people and alongside homeless people on the streets of New York City, Roddick has a unique perspective on life.

After reading her latest book, A Revolution in Kindness (see www.anitaroddick.com), which includes quotes and short essays of "visionary views on kindness," Sentinel Contributor Meg Dendler wanted to know more about her hopes for a kinder world. Roddick spoke with Dendler from her home in England.

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