What is Nonviolence
Great Thinkers
Conflict Resolution
Culture of Peace

April 16, 1993 was the opening of the Nonviolence exhibit at C.W. Post Campus. This opening was marked with the unveiling of "Parijat" (wish- fulfilling tree) and "Palomamira" (giant peace bird). These symbols of peace will now carry our  wishes and thoughts to our online community.



This online exhibit contains a total of 60 original artworks created by C.W. Post Campus students on the subject of Nonviolence. They represent five broad themes:

  • Great Thinkers of Nonviolence
  • Humanizing Relations-Person to Person, Nation to Nation
  • War Prevention and the Minimization of Violence
  • The Child and Nonviolence
  • Ecological Balance

This exhibit is accompanied by quotations, library nonviolence posters, slogans and lectures.


The library is now requesting original artwork for an exhibit to mark the Celebration of a Culture of Peace for the year 2001.

Information to submit artwork for exhibit on Nonviolence


We are also happy to share with our viewers a series of African American exhibits developed at C.W. Post Campus.

See African American Exhibits

       B. Davis Schwartz Memorial Library          C.W. Post Campus, Long Island University