Would You Confess Your Inner Thoughts — The Wall Of Empathy Hits The Mission

<img src="http://static1.squarespace.com/static/58393163bebafb6551265dd9/583932e357bf42f996cea64b/583932e657bf42f996cea70e/1480145059106/tumblr_inline_ogrvavtSc51qcg0hm_540.jpg.a. Levee, started his “Subway
Therapy” wall last Wednesday, providing Post-Its for strangers to leave
notes to each other and a message that simply said “Express Yourself” in
a long underground tunnel that connects the Sixth and Seventh Avenue
stations at 14th Street in Manhattan. According to ABC News, more than 1500 notes have gone up on the walls so far.

What we know so far, is that this installation is only temporary so you should definitely write something before it’s taken down for good.

Organizers Muriel MacDonald, Tamilla Mir and Melissa Goldman issued a
statement saying, “In this time when so many members of our community
feel threatened, we hope our Wall of Empathy will communicate support
and love, as well as help those who participate to process their
feelings. Hate crimes and hateful rhetoric have no place in our city. We
are stronger together.”

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Written by the Bob Cut Editors, photos gathered from the Wall Of Empathy hashtag — Need more culture? We got you. Subscribe to our newsletter.

Would You Confess Your Inner Thoughts — The Wall Of Empathy Hits The Mission

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