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“Age of Empathy” is a Timely Take on the State of the World, Asking People to Think 


As we steer towards a path of inclusion and equality, ‘Age of Empathy’ seeks to create a lively local event with these organizations and local vendors to create a more profound sense of community and empathy through the artwork of Alex Rudin.

The exhibit will open Friday, September 24, from 6:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. at Jersey City Hall, 280 Grove Street, Jersey City.

Ms. Rudin’s ‘Age of Empathy’ exhibit seeks to shed light on the hardships we have faced in the past year, as well as the compassion that we have shown for one another. In attendance will be New Jersey charities, York Street, Hudson Pride, Women’s Rights Center, and Woman Rising.

The event will include the opportunity to view some of Ms. Rudin’s artwork while engaging in meaningful conversations with people and organizations in the community. The installation will allow people to have an open dialogue with others about empathy in times of hardship.

Each charity organization will also have a spokesperson present to engage and support people with the goal of increasing civic engagement in the community. Additionally, light food and beverages will be provided.




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