Systems work the way they are designed to work. The protests taking place across the U.S. today are not in response to inaction. They are in response to a system that is designed to have two rule books; where black and brown people can not expect equal treatment under the law—even when every American is a witness to the crimes against them. And sadly especially when the perpetrator is the law.
Life After Hate helps people make the most out of second and third chances. Right now there’s a whole country of people simply asking for a first. And that’s heartbreaking.
Black and brown communities along with other minority groups have been key allies to our work over the years. They’ve shown us compassion when it was very hard to. So we are here to listen, bear witness and support them right back.
We help people leave white supremacy hate groups. But it’s impossible to ignore the racist system that has created the powder keg we face today.
We remain committed to doing our part to help individual people change. But this country needs to change as well. And we remain committed to that, too.
Founded by former extremists, Life After Hate is committed to helping people leave the violent far-right to connect with humanity and lead compassionate lives.