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This knotted gun, simply titled Non-Violence, was first created by Swedish artist Carl Fredrik Reuterswärd after the murder of John Lennon in 1980. Originally placed across the street from Lennon's home in New York City, the sculpture was moved to the U.N. Headquarters, calling for peace and non-violence. Statues, Activism Art, Art Public, Clinical Social Work, Gallon Of Paint, 6th Grade Art, Arts Integration, Park In New York, Social Art
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The artist becomes the advocate.
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