The Saga of the Firs Motor-Home Park Eviction Continues and how that community can remain intact

A year ago, in March 2018, three young female filmmakers (ages 13–15) made a short film to call attention to how their largely Hispanic low-income community in the Firs Motor-Home Park in SeaTac was being threatened with demolition. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Wh8SgblKXM&feature=youtu.be

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Author of Becoming a Citizen Activist, 18 year Seattle Councilmember, named progressive municipal official of the year by The Nation.

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Nick Licata

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Author of Becoming a Citizen Activist, 18 year Seattle Councilmember, named progressive municipal official of the year by The Nation.

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