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Today the subway Post-it wall is being taken down and preserved

 

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Over the past month, New Yorkers have worked together on a massive wall of Post-its in the Union Square subway station, leaving inspirational, worried or snarky messages to fellow subway riders. Removal of the Post-its began this morning, but Governor Cuomo announced that the project, called Subway Therapy, will be preserved by the New-York Historical Society. Look, it's good news in 2016!
 
A majority of the wall’s Post-its will be archived by the Historical Society, and from tomorrow through January 20, you can leave notes at the Historical Society’s front entrance instead.
 
Cuomo left a message himself back in November, writing, "New York State holds the torch high, Andrew C. 'Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to be free, I lift my lamp beside the golden door, Emma Lazarus, Statue of Liberty.'"
 

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