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As part of Life After Hate’s continuing evolution and growth we have registered for the name EXIT USA.

This allows our organization to expand from outreach and disengagement to providing ongoing support and de-radicalization.

We have expanded the Life After Hate team to include expertise and experience in professional counselling as well as including ongoing support and re-entry work.

The ongoing development of our programs would not be possible without guidance and collaboration with leading academics in the field, government, NGO agencies as well as well-established EXIT programs across Europe.

Stay tuned for additional information.


The Life After Hate Team

In Honor of Reat Griffin Underwood, Dr. William Lewis Corporon, and Teresa Lamanno

The Life After Hate family extends our heartfelt condolences to the victims and their loved ones of yet another senseless tragedy precipitated by hate and ignorance. Fourteen year-old Reat Griffin Underwood and his grandfather, Dr. William Lewis Corporon, as well as Teresa Lamanno, of yesterday’s horrific act of violence near Kansas City, join an endless list of innocent people and their families and friends who have suffered at the hands of racism and prejudice.

As former perpetrators of the same types of hateful ideologies, we at Life After Hate are deeply saddened by this tragedy; a terrible attack on innocent men, women, and children which may have been sown from seeds we helped plant decades ago. Our hearts are heavy for all those who continue to suffer. As the hours and days pass, we ask that you match your anger and sadness with empathy and support for the loved ones of the victims who have such a long road ahead. In times like this, solace exists in the hope that a better, more peaceful world can exist if we all contribute in more positive ways.

Our commitment is to dedicate ourselves to their memories and to continue to serve them by promoting compassion, inclusion, and acceptance at every opportunity. We also respond to this tragedy with a challenge to all people to maintain our humanity through this and other times of anger and grief. The mother of Reat Griffin Underwood inspired all of us with the words about her son and her plea to “love one another.” If we do so, hate will have fewer places to hide.


The Life After Hate Team