In a way she is right, but it is not always a bad thing. The government has spent countless $$ to desegregate communities, schools etc, when it is a fact that many don't necessarily want to be desegregated. When I was a kid, I lived close to some projects in Denver. The area was predominately hispanic, but the government decided to move in vietnamese, in large groups, into the area. It didn't take long for the community to rebel, it got so bad that they had to move the vietnamese from the area. We did not move out, we stayed and fought for our neighborhood and our way of life. You go back today and their is still a racial divide in Denver. Blacks have the East, Hispanics have the North and West, and the rich Whites have the South, though some asians have a part of the south. That is not to say that there isn't some mixed in,as there are plenty others mixed in, but predominately that is how it is divided up.
But sometimes, you get overrun and your only recourse is to move out. Specially in the large inner cities because practically all those inner cities, IMO, are a lost cause in this day and age. It would take a large concentrated effort to clean up these dung hole communities, and the minorities in the majority have to be the ones to do it, as they are the main problem. In Denver, it's my peeps that are responsible for a large portion of the crime, and I blame the parents not controlling their offspring. Mainly because they are as bad, and there is no fixing that. It takes the moderates to take control and not let these hoodlums have their way.
I left Denver in 03', joined the Army and moved my family out of there. I still have family there and would like mom to join me here in TN, but it's a battle to get her to agree. I've taken my kids, now grown, back to visit and they thank me for getting them out, as they see how their cousins turned out.