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In January, the Brookings Institution, a nonprofit public policy think-tank organization based in Washington D.C., released a report identifying Boston as having the worst income inequality of any major American city.
City councilors also want to ensure that the money that comes to Roxbury helps the existing community and spurs growth beyond the district’s official borders, encompassing an area Jackson described as “historic Roxbury,” which includes Northeastern and other neighborhoods.
“It’s about the people in these neighborhoods and communities who’ve shown resilience – they’ve shown the ability to innovate in some of the most difficult times that we’ve had in this city,” Jackson said at the meeting. “My plan is not for those people who will come, my plan is for those people who are already here.”
Chunn said she and her fellow district consultants view the district’s boundaries as more of a formality, and that she hopes Roxbury’s would-be district will work similarly to the Boston Literary Cultural District, which has sponsored literary events as far away as Cambridge.
The meeting was one of the last stages in the application process to formally establish such a district, which would be centered on Dudley Square and John Eliot Square.
“Once they were given their designation, they started promoting literary events in Cambridge and other parts of the Boston area,” Chunn said at the hearing. “I see the Roxbury Cultural District as promoting arts and culture throughout the community of Roxbury.”
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