Editor’s note: This article originally appeared in the first-ever issue of Reject Apathy. Earthquakes. Tsunamis. Nuclear disasters. Crazed dictators. War. Sex trafficking. Blood diamonds. Rape. Poverty. Racism. Disease. The stark reality of all the “bad news” in the world can leave you reeling. Like a high school physics equation with a minute amount of force working against a massive, immovable object, at times it can feel impossible to make a significant impact. But consider one more piece of bad news: According to World Vision, 24,000 children die each day around the world from preventable causes. Preventable causes. We may not be able to stop a tsunami, but we can prevent malaria deaths by providing inexpensive mosquito nets. We may not...
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