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"I would just like to say thank you for telling your story. This last year has been a very challenging year for me and it has taken everything I have to keep going everyday. Your words have helped me to realize that the choices we have made do not have to dictate who we become."
    - Marcus C., website post
Frank Meeink - From Hatred to Harmony
Frank Meeink - Autobiography of a Recovering Skinhead
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Review of Autobiography of a Recovering Skinhead

"As a white man trying to stand in solidarity with folks of color in the struggle against racism, I am heartened by Frank Meeink's story. His narrative confirms that we as white folks have a choice when it comes to how we wish to live in this skin. We can remain silent, or even collaborate with the subordination of peoples of color, or we can become allies in the fight for justice. Meeink has made his choice. May we all have the courage and fortitude to do the same. Nothing less than the fate of our nation depends on it."

- Tim Wise, author, White Like Me: Reflections on Race from a Privileged Son

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Besides the book, and speaking engagements, and traveling, and hockey (whew!) here are some OTHER things our man Frankie has been working on, or will be working on sometime soon.

Jamey Johnson's - High Cost of Living - See if you can find Frankie!

A video by acclaimed director Jesse Dylan for the Americas Business Council 2009 Reconciliation Forum. Jesse Dylan, director of the famous "Yes We Can" video on President Barack Obama, interviewed leaders from around the world on the power of Reconciliation. Video includes Archbishop Desmond Tutu, Rwandan author and motivational speaker Immaculee Ilibagiza, Former Neo Nazi Frank Meeink, Paul Rusesabagina, the hero portrayed in the film Hotel Rwanda, Editor of Foreign Policy Magazine Moises Naim, and others.



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