Today is the first part in a new series called LEFT OUT of Priced Out. We are going to cover a lot of issues, points of view, and stories that were not included in our 2017 documentary on gentrification Priced Out.
In Episode 13, we are going to roll back, beyond Priced Out, to our first film, the 2002 gentrification documentary, NorthEast Passage: The Inner City and the American Dream. In that film, we watched Nikki Williams work with her neighbors and police to close down the drug houses on her block. But the film never asks the people in the “drug houses” what their view was.
Today we hope to correct that with a truly fascinating talk with Rahsaan Muhamaad, a man who grew up in the black neighborhoods of Portland during the 1980s. He knew of Nikki and he knew the “trap houses” on her block because he was running drugs at the time. He describes the experiences of being in a “gang” in Portland before California gangsters started to move into town. https://www.pricedoutmovie.com/
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