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"An important resource. Readers will likely develop admiration for Meeink… Anyone wishing to better understand their own role in the struggle for peaceful cohabitation between individuals and groups will benefit from reading this book."
    - ForeWord, May/June, 2010 issue
Frank Meeink - From Hatred to Harmony
Frank Meeink - Autobiography of a Recovering Skinhead
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Hey frank my name is Matt

"My teacher is a great teacher who allways dose what ever she can to really make evrything we learn about come to life. We have met freedom writers,holocaust survivors and even taken a trip all the way to LA to see the museum of tolerance. I never thought eny of that stuff would ever happen, but through hard work and a little luck we made it happen. These experiences have changed my life for the better. The same way your book did. Your book really impacted me. You see i went throgh the same type of stuff you did. I meen i wasnt ever no nazi or nothin like that, but ive been gangbangin since i was 11. Im thankful for how i was raised and all of the things ive been through because it made me who i am today. It would be amazing if I could meet you or even just talk to you. Listening to your story and hearing how you have changed gives me hope. It gives me hope that one day i can do the same.
Thank You"

- Matt

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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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