Workers at Seattle nonprofit just got a $20,000 raise, and we should all pay attention

Imagine your job is to work with young people, those experiencing homelessness, or anyone who may need to turn their lives around. Then, imagine your job is to convince them there is a better future down a better path, all while you live paycheck to paycheck just one emergency away from ending up homeless or couch-surfing yourself.

Restorative Justice: A different path to accountability for young offenders

That’s the reality for many nonprofit workers in King County, but the head of one local nonprofit has just taken dramatic action to change that – and he’s hoping it catches on.

“About two weeks ago, we informed our staff that we

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