Subway Therapy

Wall of Love
Union Square Subway Station


Stressed post-election New Yorkers vent on subway notes…

“The sun will still come up and America is still the greatest nation on the Earth.”

– President B. Obama



Matthew Chavez (Levee), a 28 year old, Brooklynite started a movement to help New Yorkers struggling with post-election stress find an outlet for the blues — by pouring their political souls onto sticky notes that fill walls of a Manhattan subway station.Levee set up a table in a long tunnel of the Union Square station where he hands out the blank pastel notes on which straphangers scribble.  He calls this “Subway Therapy.” It’s free.

More than 2K NewYorkers have shared their grief and anxiety since last Wednesday, posting thoughts on the white subway tiles, according to Subway Therapy’s Instagram.

New York City subway’s Wall of Solidarity, Love and Hope.

Nothing like New York.

So proud to be part of this amazing city.✌🏿✌🏼✌🏻✌



Pegar “postit” en el tren de Nueva York se ha convertido en una terapia.
Matthew Chavez, ‘Levee’, es el creador de este proyecto que busca que los Neoyorquinos desahoguen sus emociones tras el resultado electoral.



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