How prison helped me break with my Neo-Nazi past
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My racist beliefs crumbled in prison

When Angela King went to prison for robbery, she had a problem. She was covered in racist tattoos but her fellow prisoners came from diverse backgrounds. However, her Neo-Nazi beliefs were shaken as she opened up to the women around her and found compassion.

'All the preconceived notions I had of other races - it all just crumbled away,' she says.

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  • 25 Aug 2017
  • From the section World