GOOD Magazine sends some pretty good stuff through my Google Reader. Here's one. It shows how a "meager" US salary of $40,000 per year looks compared to the whole world:
I entered my salary and I learned that I am in the top 4.33 percent of richest people in the world. Then I learned this:
$8 could buy me 15 organic apples OR 25 fruit trees for farmers in Honduras to grow and sell fruit at their local market.
$30 could buy me an ER DVD Boxset OR a First Aid kit for a village in Haiti.
$73 could buy me a new mobile phone OR a new mobile health clinic to care for AIDS orphans in Uganda.
$2400 could buy me a second generation High Definition TV OR schooling for an entire generation of school children in an Angolan village.
It's an excellent campaign. I hope it moves people to take action.