LISTEN: John Carlson Show, March16--8am hour

The founder of the group We Heart Seattle, Andrea Suarez, talks to KVI's John Carlson about why she organized a group of concerned residents who decided to band together to fix homeless garbage problems that city officials were failing to address. (photo: KOMO News courtesy We Heart Seattle)

8am hour -- GUEST: founder/organizer of We Heart Seattle, Andrea Suarez, tells KVI her group's getting intimidated and bullied by activist groups that don't like them cleaning up garbage around un-sanctioned homeless camps, Seattle has a rule preventing city staff from getting within 20 feet of a tent, her group has helped 30 homeless people get into housing as their efforts evolved, then her efforts resulted in a confrontation at Capitol Hill's Miller Playfield, only in Seattle would you have a protest against a group trying to help homeless people, a Seattle city council woman has been supporting the groups that are targeting We Heart Seattle, Suarez calls her group a "disrupter" in a broken system.

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