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"Frank Meeink's story is inspiring, compelling, and moving. It has the power to change lives. We should all be grateful to him for sharing it."
    - Morris Dees, Founder and Chief Trial Counsel, Southern Poverty Law Center
Frank Meeink - From Hatred to Harmony
Frank Meeink - Autobiography of a Recovering Skinhead
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Ex-skinhead tells tale; brings diversity to WC

" Sophomore Minety Abraham stated that "lecture was really informal and kept the audience's attention." Abraham appreciated Meeink' honesty when telling his stories. She also learned a great deal about racism, sexism, and homophobia, which she believes "stems form ignorance, lack of tolerance and the inability of us to step outside of our comfort zones and see the world for what it's worth."

Sophomore Shauna Smith stated that Meeink "really taught that people can learn from their mistakes, no matter how old they are." Smith enjoyed that Meeink was "down to Earth" and informal in presenting his stories. Smith also commented on how Meeink stated that he was not a good speaker. Smith, however believes he was the best speaker she has ever heard. Although she enjoyed the lecture, Smith did, however, disapprove of the amount of cursing Meeink used in his speech.

Alexander Schuetz, a sophomore, enjoyed Meeink's talk. Schuetz stated that he also "enjoyed his attitude and demeanor; they made me feel comfortable." "

- Rachel Brand, The Elm Student Newspaper (March 8, 2002)

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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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