HateBraker Upcoming Events:

HateBrakers are holding events that are open and welcoming to newcomers and loyal supporters. Feel free to invite people to this upcoming event.


HB Hero of the Year 2017 Awards

When: October 17th, 2017 at 7 pm
Where: Missouri History Museum

What: Just one hero will receive the HateBraker Hero award this year: Sammy Rangel, the TEDx global speaker from Raine, Wisconsin.

He survived a childhood of brutal, sadistic abuse which led to his early adulthood perpetrating the very hate and violence he experienced in his youth.

But Sammy broke the cycle of hate. Big Time. He founded Life After Hate and Formers Anonymous. Sammy will talk about how he dismantles violent extremism by guiding “formers” in their own transitions away from their lifestyle of bigotry and brutality into lives with meaning.

By familiarizing himself with the tactics and strategies of the online presence of violent extremists, Sammy will explain how to identify and access those most in need of intervention and inform those of us who want to help interrupt the cycle of hate. 

The presentation and Sammy’s talk will be followed by interactive discussions with other HateBrakers.

Watch for word of our VIP Reception earlier that day.


Free Screening and Panel Discussion of Get Out

When: September 14th, 2017; Doors open at 6:00 pm, film begins at 6:15 pm.

Where: Washington University Law School Auditorium

What: The critically acclaimed film, Get Out, will be presented for free. After the film concludes, a thought-provoking discussion will shortly follow that is open to the audience and the panelists: Susan Balk, Dr. Christi Griffin, Ron Himes, and Dr. Marva Robinson. The discussion will be moderated by Professor Kimberly Norwood.

Thanks to the Washington University African and African American Studies Department and the Washington University College Prep Program. This event is sponsored by WashULaw, HateBrakers, and The Ethics Project.