Are you a white supremacist who’s looking to leave the racist movement? Or are you looking for educational resources to help combat racism? Fortunately, there are many resources available online. Inclusion in this list is not necessarily a personal endorsement. However, all sites appear to be current and useful.

More resources will be added to this page soon. Please check back, or contact Elizabeth if you have a specific need.

AVE (Against Violent Extremism) – A social network for former extremists from all backgrounds, survivors of violence, and other interested people to connect and collaborate.

Canadian Anti-Hate Network – A non-profit that monitors, researches and counters hate groups in Canada.

C.H.A.N.G.E. – A Memphis-based non-profit spearheaded by former extremist, TM Garret. C.H.A.N.G.E. is involved in multiple education, personal and community initiatives, including the Erase The Hate Tattoo Campaign.

CPRLV (Center for the Prevention of Radicalization Leading to Violence) – Based in Montreal, CPRLV is the first independent non-profit created to address all areas of violent extremism in Canada.

EXITUSA– Former extremists help those currently in the racist right to leave the movement and rebuild their lives.

Life After Hate – Formed by a group of ex-extremists, LAF engages in research, education, outreach and consulting to counter extremism of all kinds.

Parents For Peace – A Memphis-based organization run by a group of parents whose children got involved in extremism. They offer education and support to families affected by extremism.

Someone – Run by a team of Canadian academics and researchers, it works to combat online hate and build resilience.