Students Participate in ERASE Racism Campaign

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A group of Riverhead High School freshmen and sophomores were among more than 150 students from across Long Island to attend Suffolk County Long Island’s Leaders of Tomorrow Conference on Nov. 8.

The conference was led by ERASE Racism, a nonprofit organization that aims to achieve greater racial and socioeconomic equity for Long Island communities. Representatives at the conference addressed the participating students, challenging them to become leaders and advocates in advancing racial and economic equality within Long Island’s public schools.