Each year, more than 250,000 people in the United States are victims of hate crimes. The vast majority are violent and more than half go unreported. Between 2008 and 2017, 71 percent of extremist-related fatalities in the U.S. were committed by members of the far right or white-supremacist movements.
Since the deadly attack in Charlottesville, Life After Hate has helped more than 150 individuals, families, and inmates grapple with extremist hate groups. With each passing week, more are asking for our help.
Since our founding in 2011, our reach has grown to include thousands of people across the globe who support our mission.
men and women helped
We've helped more than 150 people confront violent extremism; and thousands more deal with hate in their communities.
formers actively involved
Our ExitUSA program includes an online support group where men and women in different stages of de-radicalization can share resources.