NYC anti-violence program fights for funding

An anti-bullying program based in Brooklyn is fighting for funding after organizers say it was eliminated from Mayor Bloomberg's 2013 budget. Organizers say the Relationship Abuse Prevention Program (RAPP) is the largest anti-violence campaign in the nation, reaching over 50,000 students in 65 New York City schools. RAPP had all of its funding restored for 2012.

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