It’s been three years since Nikki Williams wrapped up her last interview for the documentary Priced Out. At that time, she had just moved to Dallas, Texas. She was fed up with Portland, Oregon, and what she called its “color blind“ and “passive-aggressive” racism. She was emotionally devastated by how her black community had been “obliterated” by gentrification.
She sold her house and moved to Dallas in search of a new black community. She wanted to live in a neighborhood where people looked like her, where people would treat her daughter and grandson with respect and dignity.
So, what’s happened since then? Did she find a healthy black community? Did she become a gentrifier? What are the racial dynamics in Dallas like? Are they any better?
Find more information about Nikki and the two films we’ve produced about her at https://www.pricedoutmovie.com/
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