Mikhail Stepanskiy, a 33-year-old social entrepreneur raised in Kiev, launched a kid's app that teaches about forgiveness.
The app was launched just days before the tumultuous day of violent clashes in Kiev - when protesters help put a stop to Yanukovych's totalitarian rule. His message talks about how his app KidApper could help shape the new Ukraine. Referring to Yanukovych as the beast, Mikhail claims that "you can forgive, even the beast."
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Social Entrepreneur Launches App about Forgiveness That Could Shape New Ukraine