Office of Attorney General Neronha to host

2024 Hate Crime Summit


PROVIDENCE, R.I. – Attorney General Peter F. Neronha and the Office of the Attorney General will host the 2024 Hate Crime Summit, which brings together law enforcement and community leaders to focus efforts on combating hate in our communities. Attached is a full schedule of events available to the public.


WHO:             Attorney General Peter F. Neronha

Assistant Attorney General Kristen Clarke, Chief of the Department of Justice’s Civil Rights Division

U.S. Representative Gabe Amo

U.S. Representative Seth Magaziner

R.I. Secretary of State Gregg Amore

R.I. Treasurer James Diossa


WHERE:         Rhode Island College, Gaige Hall

600 Mount Pleasant Ave

Providence, RI 02908


WHEN:           Friday, June 7, 2024

                        11:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.



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