Editor: On Nov. 3, the Northwest Asian Weekly ran an article on the dispute between George Berumen working with the Seattle Solidarity Network, and the Low Income Housing Institute and its executive director, Sharon Lee. The article, “LIHI’s Sharon Lee and SeaSol clash over $99,” did not fully represent the position of SeaSol.
One of our front page stories, “LIHI exec and local group in dispute over former tenant’s $99,” is a classic he-said-she-said kind of story. Sharon Lee, executive director of the Low Income Housing Institute (LIHI), said she’s been unfairly harassed at home and at work by the Seattle Solidarity Network (SeaSol).
By Jason Cruz Northwest Asian Weekly “Amateurish and unsophisticated.” This is how Sharon Lee describes the actions of the Seattle Solidarity Network (SeaSol). Lee, executive director of the Low Income Housing Institute (LIHI), a Seattle nonprofit, is being targeted by SeaSol, which is taking up a cause on behalf of a man claiming that LIHI […]