NEW YORK - The subway "Post-It therapy" event has returned to New York just in time for voters' feelings about Election Day.
Shortly after Donald Trump was elected president two years ago, Matthew Chavez of Brooklyn came up with the concept of having riders write down their feelings on the election on Post-It notes.
They then tacked them onto the walls of the corridor of the Union Square subway station.
The idea was to let people vent if they were angry over the election results.
The corridor has been used for similar displays in the past, including after 9/11 and on Valentine's Day.