Digital Discussion—Manners Matter: Courtesy Campaigns
Where: New York Transit Museum
Boerum Pl. and Schermerhorn St.
718-694-1600 Price: Free
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Courtesy is a word that is increasingly becoming synonymous with expected behavior while riding public transportation. In New York City, courtesy campaigns have been implemented from the 1940s to the present day with the “Courtesy Counts!” campaign, in order to convince riders that manners matter.
Join Museum Educator Delia Ramos for a digital discussion about the evolution of courtesy campaigns in New York City’s subway system, and explore the various characters and catch phrases used in these campaigns.Buy tickets/get more info now