Nick Licata

Nick Licata is author of Becoming A Citizen Activist, and has served 5 terms on the Seattle City Council, named progressive municipal official of the year by The Nation, and is founding board chair of Local Progress, a national network of 1,000 progressive municipal officials.

The Rule of Law Under Trump

Could Trump’s Acquittal Flip the Senate?

Do Republicans Have More to Lose Than Democrats in the Impeachment Trial?

Climate Crisis: We Need Radical Change Now, Not in the Future

This Year the Minimum Wage Can be Raised in the Majority of States

Let the Senate Impeachment Trial be Swift

Was Trump Looking for Corruption or a Personal Favor?

The Battle for Seattle: A City Council Member Recalls the Protest That Rocked the World

The Price of “Progress”

The Limits of Debating Climate Change

Profiles in Courage: the Tories Have It, the Republicans Don’t

Is Trump Outorganizing the Democrats?

What Happened at Woodstock?

Did a Coverup of Who Caused Flint Michigan’s Contaminated Water Continue During Its Investigation? 

How SDS Imploded: an Inside Account

How Urban Planners Promote Gentrification

Trump is Not a Tyrant, He Just Admires Them

The Green New Deal Died in Congress…It Didn’t Have To

All Southern States are Not the Same: Mississippi’s Challenge

Virginia’s Approach to Government Accountability

Of Stress and Inequality

Why Convictions Will Not Alter Trump’s Reality

How Lead Poisoning Was Discovered in Flint’s Water

What Makes American Towns Thrive

Seattle’s Legacy of Student Protests: an Interview with Kit Bakke