It might feel safe and joyous to identify with a group, or common cause.
Especially if this group or identification's life blood is "outrage".
This is very problematic on two points:
1.) Waving the flag for a group or cause immediately causes division in an "us vs. them" way, therefore undermining the cause, no matter what the cause might be. Any causes that are for any sort of unification are oxymoronic.
2.) Outrage and anger cannot organically be sustained for a long period of time. Think back to the last time you were angry. I bet the feeling didn't last more than a couple of minutes. It is like a boiling pot of water, it can only boil for so long before all the water evaporates.
Therefore, organizations built on outrage must create outrages out of thin air and artificially sustain them. As you might expect, this can be done in quite sinister and covert ways. They have their own agendas, and usually their desires are as far away from those of the people they're trying to help.
They are the people who sit down to solve world hunger at their lobster luncheons.
It might be unpopular to say, but problems are all individual. No matter how proliferate they might be in the world, they will effect individuals...
...and only those individuals can solve their problems.
Only you can solve your problems.
Now the perfect position to be in is to have no problems, and that is when nothing affects you.
When you are unconcerned, there is nothing wrong.