“Identity, community, and purpose, I believe, are our most fundamental needs. – Christian Picciolini
Former neo-nazi leader turned global peace advocate, Christian Picciolini, joins DENtalks to share his inspirational story of leaving the violent hate movement he helped create, to becoming an Emmy Award winner for his “There is Life After Hate” peace campaign. This conversation with Christian touches on the importance of finding your identity, community and purpose.
“I think everybody is redeemable, I think everybody when faced with reality that maybe they have never faced before, has the ability to change.” – Christian Picciolini
- Christian reads a passage from his book “White American Youth,” for his Personal Practice, which will leave you inspired.