“Frank left the neo-Nazi movement and now works with youth to prevent violent extremism”


Frank Meeink loved the feeling of power and community. It was an easy process for him to become radicalized and he quickly found a home with a neo-Nazi group in Philly. After being caught by police on a kidnap and torture charge, prison helped Frank understand that people, regardless of skin color, were all alike. However, after prison, Frank was sucked back into the world of race supremacy. It was only after a Jewish employer showed Frank dignity and respect, that he finally saw the real horror and damage of his racist and anti-Semitic hate crimes. Today Frank is an anti-hate activist and lectures to young adults across America about tolerance.

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