David Queeley, director of eco-innovation for the Codman Square Neighborhood Development Corporation, said that it is his team’s mission to be actively anti-racist and equitable by ensuring that everyone has equal access to resources.
“As a typical community development corporation, we seek to transform blighted or underserved or underutilized neighborhoods,” Queeley said. “That’s our mission as a CDC—community development corporation: build affordable housing, support people through economic development, help small businesses remain in place.”
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Originally published in The Heights, November 30, 2020 by Erin Pender.