Laura Harding, an attorney working with the Office of the Deputy Mayor for Education in Washington, D.C., next month is set to become president of ERASE Racism in Syosset. Credit: gbestellephotos
By Olivia Winslow
Updated August 8, 2022 6:17 pm
An attorney with a wide range of experience in education, housing and racial equity issues is slated next month to become the new president of ERASE Racism, the Syosset-based civil rights organization led for 21 years by founder and current president Elaine Gross.