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In Memory of John Lennon

This October 9,2018 photo shows Olumuyiwa Ogunbamow and his son Adefie (5), visiting from Nigeria, take photos in front of the “Non-Violence” (or “Knotted Gun”) sculpture on 9 October, birthday of musician & activist John Lennon. The sculpture, a gift to the United Nations from Luxembourg, was created by Carl Fredrik Reuterswärd in response to the shooting of John Lennon in New York City in December 1980.  UN photo by Kim Haughton
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