His T-shirt says “F RACISM,” but Thomas Engelmann was once a high-ranking member of the Aryan Brotherhood. The former white supremacist joined the gang in prison, where he covered his body in racist and anti-Semitic tattoos.
Now a free man, the 36-year-old, who was later shot and blinded by the Brotherhood, is dedicating his life to fighting racism through Life After Hate, a Chicago-based group founded by former white supremacists. Watch Engelmann’s journey as he tries to erase his hateful past, one tattoo at a time.
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