Angela King thought she had it all figured out. She was angry, loud, and found companionship in the Neo-Nazi skinhead movement. But she lost everything after an anti-Semitic hate crime landed her behind bars. Now King is a peace educator and the editor-in-chief of Life After Hate–a non-profit dedicated to countering extremist violence and terrorism. This is her story.
Credit: Ingrid Rojas and Alcione Gonzalez