"All day in classes, cafeterias, hallways, even locker rooms, both teachers and students engaged in meaningful dialogue on controversial issues . . . [The] event broke down social barriers and prompted even the quietest students to engage in political discussions. These stories affirmed what I already knew: Fight Apathy changes a school."
The Fight Apathy campaign uses fill-in-the-blank stickers and conversation to catalyze high school students to discuss and take action on issues that they're passionate about. The campaign has now impacted 150,000 students in over 200 schools across 23 states and beyond, encouraging students to get involved in their communities and sparking fundamental changes in school culture.