(Washington, DC) – On Friday, February 1, at 12 pm, Mayor Muriel Bowser, along with DC Attorney General Karl A. Racine, will announce a $6 million investment in the District’s workforce development and violence prevention efforts. The funding will support the DC Infrastructure Academy, which provides DC residents a pipeline to in-demand infrastructure jobs, and the Cure the Streets program, the Attorney General’s violence interruption program. The announcement comes several days after both the Mayor and the DC Attorney General met with their partners on the Council to discuss strategies for reducing violent crime.
Friday, February 1, at 12 pm
Mayor Muriel Bowser
Karl A. Racine, DC Attorney General
Ronald Ross, Director, Mayor’s Office of Legal Counsel
John A. Wilson Building, Press Briefing Room (G-9)
1350 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
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