ERASE Racism Hires an Organizer to Mobilize Long Islanders for Racial Equity

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ERASE Racism welcomes Nuzhat Quaderi as their first Long Island Organizer. One of Nuzhat's primary goals in her new position will be to engage the organization’s Partnership for Racial Equity.

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Nuzhat Quaderi, Long Island Organizer

The Partnership is a diverse coalition of Long Islanders who support ERASE Racism's mission to create a region that is not divided by race.

Nuzhat Quaderi joins ERASE Racism with experience in building coalitions, organizing events, and working with organizations that focus on impacting and bringing awareness to social justice and health equity concerns. Having been actively involved in working with community-based organizations, non-profits, and student organizations, Nuzhat has a strong passion for working with and for the community through solidarity and advocacy. Nuzhat was raised on Long Island and she is excited to be home and working with ERASE Racism to do transformative work within the communities of Nassau and Suffolk County.

One of Nuzhat's primary goals as ERASE Racism's Long Island Organizer will be to help grow and engage our Partnership for Racial Equity. The Partnership is a diverse coalition of Long Islanders who support ERASE Racism's mission to create a region that is not divided by race. Members of the Partnership can participate in a variety of ways, from helping to identify often overlooked forms of racial discrimination to attending town hall meetings when we are advocating for new policies. If you are interested in joining the Partnership, click here.

To read Nuzhat's full bio click here.

About ERASE Racism: ERASE Racism is a regional organization that leads public policy advocacy campaigns and related programmatic initiatives to promote racial equity in areas such as housing, public school education and healthcare. It engages in a variety of research, education and consulting activities to identify and address institutional and structural racism, primarily on Long Island.

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Elaine Gross
ERASE Racism
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