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Baize is a coarse woollen or in cheaper variants cotton cloth , similar in texture to felt , but more durable. A midth-century English ditty a short, simple popular song —much quoted in histories of ale and beer brewing in England—refers to Heresies refers to the Protestant Reformation , while bays is the Elizabethan spelling for baize.

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A few months later, Baez and two other folk enthusiasts made plans to record an album in the cellar of a friend's house.

The three sang solos and duets and a family friend designed the album cover, which was released on Veritas Records that same year as Folksingers 'Round Harvard Square.

Baez later met Bob Gibson and Odetta , who were at the time two of the most prominent vocalists singing folk and gospel music.

Her true professional career began at the Newport Folk Festival. Following that appearance, she recorded her first album for Vanguard, Joan Baez , produced by Fred Hellerman of The Weavers , who produced many albums by folk artists.

The collection of traditional folk ballads , blues, and laments sung to her own guitar accompaniment sold moderately well. The album also included " El Preso Numero Nueve ", a song sung entirely in Spanish, which she would re-record in for inclusion on her Spanish-language album Gracias a la Vida.

Robert Shelton, folk critic of the New York Times , praised the concert, saying, "That superb soprano voice, as lustrous and rich as old gold, flowed purely all evening with a wondrous ease.

Her singing unwound like a spool of satin. Her second release, Joan Baez, Vol. Like its immediate predecessor, Joan Baez, Vol.

Her two albums of live material, Joan Baez in Concert, Part 1 and its second counterpart were unique in that unlike most live albums, they contained only new songs rather than established favorites.

From the early to mid s, Baez emerged at the forefront of the American roots revival , where she introduced her audiences to the then-unknown Bob Dylan and was emulated by artists such as Judy Collins , Emmylou Harris , Joni Mitchell , and Bonnie Raitt.

On November 23, , Baez appeared on the cover of Time Magazine —a rare honor then for a musician. Though primarily an album artist, several of Baez's singles have charted, the first being her cover of Phil Ochs ' "There but for Fortune", which became a mid-level chart hit in the U.

Baez added other instruments to her recordings on Farewell, Angelina , which features several Dylan songs interspersed with more traditional fare.

In , Baez traveled to Nashville, Tennessee , where a marathon recording session resulted in two albums. The first, Any Day Now , consists exclusively of Dylan covers.

The other, the country-music-infused David's Album , was recorded for then-husband David Harris , a prominent anti- Vietnam War protester eventually imprisoned for draft resistance.

Harris, a country music fan, turned Baez toward more complex country-rock influences beginning with David's Album. Later in , Baez published her first memoir, Daybreak by Dial Press.

In August , her appearance at Woodstock in upstate New York raised her international musical and political profile, particularly after the successful release of the documentary film Woodstock One Day at a Time , like David's Album , featured a decidedly country sound.

Baez's distinctive vocal style and political activism had a significant impact on American popular music. She was one of the first musicians to use her popularity as a vehicle for social protest, singing and marching for human rights and peace.

Pete Seeger , Odetta , and decades-long friend Harry Belafonte were her early social justice advocate influences. After eleven years with Vanguard, Baez decided in to cut ties with the label that had released her albums since She delivered Vanguard one last success with the gold-selling album Blessed Are Joan Baez wrote "The Story of Bangladesh" in This song was based on the Pakistani army crackdown on unarmed sleeping Bengali students at Dhaka University on March 25, , which ignited the prolonged nine-month Bangladesh Liberation War.

During this period in late , she reunited with composer Peter Schickele to record two tracks, "Rejoice in the Sun" and "Silent Running" for the science-fiction film Silent Running.

The two songs were issued as a single on Decca Half spoken word poem and half tape-recorded sounds, the song documented Baez's visit to Hanoi , North Vietnam , in December during which she and her traveling companions survived the day-long Christmas Bombings campaign over Hanoi and Haiphong.

Gracias a la Vida the title song written and first performed by Chilean folk singer Violeta Parra followed and was a success in both the U.

After Gulf Winds , an album of entirely self-composed songs and From Every Stage , a live album that had Baez performing songs "from every stage" of her career, Baez again parted ways with a record label when she moved to CBS Records for Blowin' Away and Honest Lullaby In , Baez was given honorary Doctor of Humane Letters degrees by Antioch University and Rutgers University for her political activism and the "universality of her music".

In , she appeared on the Grammy Awards , performing Dylan's anthemic " Blowin' in the Wind ", a song she first performed twenty years earlier.

Baez also played a significant role in the Live Aid concert for African famine relief, opening the U.

She has toured on behalf of many other causes, including Amnesty International 's A Conspiracy of Hope tour and a guest spot on their subsequent Human Rights Now!

Baez found herself without an American label for the release of Live Europe 83 , which was released in Europe and Canada but not released commercially in the U.

That same year, she traveled to the Middle East to visit with and sing songs of peace for Israel and the Palestinians. During her performance, she greeted members of Charter 77 , a dissident human-rights group, which resulted in her microphone being shut off abruptly.

Baez then proceeded to sing a cappella for the nearly four thousand gathered. Havel cited her as a great inspiration and influence in that country's Velvet Revolution , the revolution in which the Soviet-dominated Communist government there was overthrown.

She then switched to Guardian, with whom she produced a live album, Ring Them Bells , and a studio album, Gone from Danger In , at the invitation of Refugees International and sponsored by the Soros Foundation , she traveled to the war-torn Bosnia and Herzegovina region of former- Yugoslavia in an effort to help bring more attention to the suffering there.

She was the first major artist to perform in Sarajevo since the outbreak of the Yugoslav civil war. In October of that year, Baez became the first major artist to perform in a professional concert presentation on Alcatraz Island a former U.

She later returned for another concert in Beginning in , Baez has had several successful long-term engagements as a lead character at San Francisco's Teatro ZinZanni.

The reissues, being released through Vanguard's Original Master Series, feature digitally restored sound, unreleased bonus songs, new and original artwork, and new liner-note essays written by Arthur Levy.

In , Baez was also a judge for the third annual Independent Music Awards to support independent artists' careers. In the new version, she changed the lyric "here's to the dawn of their days" to "here's to the dawn of her days", as a tribute to her late sister Mimi, about whom Baez wrote the song in Later on, October 8, , she appeared as a special surprise guest at the opening ceremony of the Forum international conference in Prague , Czech Republic.

Her performance was kept secret from former Czech Republic President Havel until the moment she appeared on stage.

Havel was a great admirer of both Baez and her work. During Baez's next visit to Prague, in April , the two met again when she performed in front of a sold-out house at Prague's Lucerna Hall , a building erected by Havel's grandfather.

She also joined the choir in the finale of " O Holy Night ". The reissue features a page booklet and six unreleased live tracks from the original recording sessions, including " Love Song To A Stranger ", " You Ain't Goin' Nowhere ", " Geordie ", " Gracias a la Vida ", " The Water Is Wide " and " Stones in the Road ", bringing the total track listing to 21 songs on two discs.

He has called the album a " Woody Guthrie rock album". The recording was heavily influenced by albums from the s, which is why he invited an icon from that era to appear with him.

The day after receiving the honor, she appeared at the Grammy Awards ceremony and introduced a performance by the Dixie Chicks.

September 9, , saw the release of the studio album Day After Tomorrow , produced by Steve Earle and featuring three of his songs. The album was Baez's first charting record in nearly three decades.

During the concert's finale, she spontaneously danced on stage with a band of African percussionists. On August 2, , Baez played at the 50th Newport Folk Festival , which also marked the 50th anniversary of her breakthrough performance at the first festival.

It was produced and directed by Mary Wharton. King helped organize. In , at age 17, Baez committed her first act of civil disobedience by refusing to leave her Palo Alto High School classroom in Palo Alto, California , for an air raid drill.

In , Baez announced that she would be opening a school to teach nonviolent protest. In November as part of a release of documents from the National Archives that were supposed to relate to the assassination of John F.

Kennedy, [65] a FBI report alleged that Baez was involved in the s in an intimate affair with Dr. Research and Education Institute and a Stanford University, as "part of a smear campaign" against King.

Highly visible in civil-rights marches, Baez became more vocal about her disagreement with the Vietnam War. In , she publicly endorsed resisting taxes by withholding sixty percent of her income taxes.

In , she founded the Institute for the Study of Nonviolence along with her mentor Sandperl and encouraged draft resistance at her concerts.

In , Baez's autobiography, Daybreak , was released. It is the most detailed report of her life through and outlined her anti-war position, dedicating the book to men facing imprisonment for resisting the draft.

Baez was arrested twice in [69] for blocking the entrance of the Armed Forces Induction Center in Oakland, California, and spent over a month in jail.

See also David Harris section below. During the Christmas season , Baez joined a peace delegation traveling to North Vietnam, both to address human rights in the region, and to deliver Christmas mail to American prisoners of war.

During her time there, she was caught in the U. Her disquiet at the human-rights violations of communist Vietnam made her increasingly critical of its government and she organized the May 30, , publication of a full-page advertisement published in four major U.

Her one-time anti-war ally, Jane Fonda , refused to join in Baez's criticism of Hanoi, [75] [76] [77] leading to what was publicly described as a feud between the two.

Baez was instrumental in founding the USA section of Amnesty International in the s, and has remained an active supporter of the organization.

In , she was awarded the Thomas Merton Award for her ongoing activism. She toured Chile, Brazil and Argentina in , but was prevented from performing in any of the three countries, for fear her criticism of their human-rights practices would reach mass audiences if she were given a podium.

While there, she was kept under surveillance and subjected to death threats. In , after the Tiananmen Massacre in Beijing, Baez wrote and released the song "China" to condemn the Chinese government for its violent and bloody crackdown on thousands of student protesters who called for establishment of democratic republicanism.

In a second trip to Southeast Asia, Baez assisted in an effort to take food and medicine into the western regions of Cambodia, and participated in a United Nations Humanitarian Conference on Kampuchea.

At the annual dinner event, they honored her for her lifetime of work against violence of all kinds. In , Baez received the Ambassador of Conscience Award.

At each concert, Baez informs the audience about the organizations' efforts to exhonerate the wrongfully convicted and reform the system to prevent such incidents.

She subsequently lent her prestige to the campaign opposing the execution of Troy Davis by the State of Georgia. Baez has also been prominent in the struggle for gay and lesbian rights.

In , she performed at several benefit concerts to defeat the Briggs Initiative , which proposed banning all gay people from teaching in the public schools of California.

Later that same year, she participated in memorial marches for the assassinated San Francisco city supervisor, Harvey Milk , who was openly gay.

Her song "Altar Boy and the Thief" from Blowin' Away was written as a dedication to her gay fanbase. On June 25, , Baez created a special version of "We Shall Overcome" [83] with a few lines of Persian lyrics in support of peaceful protests by Iranian people.

She recorded it in her home and posted the video on YouTube [84] and on her personal website. In early , Baez performed at two rallies of hundreds of thousands of people in San Francisco protesting the U.

In the summer of , Baez joined Michael Moore 's " Slacker uprising Tour" on American college campuses, encouraging young people to get out and vote for peace candidates in the upcoming national election.

On May 23, , Baez once again joined Julia "Butterfly" Hill , this time in a "tree sit" in a giant tree on the site of the South Central Farm in a poor neighborhood of downtown Los Angeles, California.

Baez and Hill were hoisted into the tree, where they remained overnight. The women, in addition to many other activists and celebrities, were protesting the imminent eviction of the community farmers and demolition of the site, which is the largest urban farm in the state.

Throughout most of her career, Baez remained apprehensive about involving herself in party politics. She noted: "Through all those years, I chose not to engage in party politics.

At this time, however, changing that posture feels like the responsible thing to do. If anyone can navigate the contaminated waters of Washington, lift up the poor, and appeal to the rich to share their wealth, it is Sen.

Barack Obama. Although a highly political figure throughout most of her career, Baez had never publicly endorsed a major political party candidate prior to Obama.

However, after Obama was elected, she expressed that she would likely never do so again, saying in a interview in The Huffington Post that "In some ways I'm disappointed, but in some ways it was silly to expect more.

If he had taken his brilliance, his eloquence, his toughness and not run for office he could have led a movement.

Once he got in the Oval Office he couldn't do anything. She performed at the White House on February 10, , as part of an evening celebrating the music associated with the civil rights movement, performing " We Shall Overcome ".

Baez was presented with the first award in recognition of her human rights work with Amnesty International and beyond, and the inspiration she has given activists around the world.

In future years, the award is to be presented to an artist — music, film, sculpture, paint or other medium — who has similarly helped advance human rights.

On November 11, , Baez played as part of a musical concert for the protestors at Occupy Wall Street.

Baez has been a strong defender of the Catalan independence movement due to its non-violent nature. On July 21, , she described jailed Catalan independence leaders as political prisoners.

Baez's first real boyfriend was Michael New, a fellow student from Trinidad whom she met at her college in the late s. Years later in , he inspired her song "Michael".

Like Baez, he attended classes only occasionally. The two spent a considerable amount of time together, but Baez was unable to balance her blossoming career and her relationship.

The two bickered and made up repeatedly, but it was apparent to Baez that New was beginning to resent her success and new-found local celebrity. One night she saw him kissing another woman on a street corner.

Despite this, the relationship remained intact for several years after the two moved to California together in At the time, Baez had already released her debut album and her popularity as the emerging "Queen of Folk" was on the rise.

Baez was initially unimpressed with the "urban hillbilly ", but was impressed with one of Dylan's first compositions, " Song to Woody " and remarked that she would like to record it.

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She began her recording career in and achieved immediate success. She was one of the first major artists to record the songs of Bob Dylan in the early s; Baez was already an internationally celebrated artist and did much to popularize his early songwriting efforts.

Baez performed fourteen songs at the Woodstock Festival and has displayed a lifelong commitment to political and social activism in the fields of nonviolence , civil rights , human rights and the environment.

Her father, Albert Baez — , was born in Puebla , Mexico , [13] and grew up in Brooklyn , New York, where his father preached to—and advocated for—a Spanish-speaking congregation.

Albert was later credited as a co-inventor of the x-ray microscope. Baez , is a mathematical physicist.

To varying degrees, both women were also political activists and musicians like their sister. The Baez family converted to Quakerism during Joan's early childhood, and she has continued to identify with the tradition, particularly in her commitment to pacifism and social issues.

Consequently, she became involved with a variety of social causes early in her career. She declined to play in any white student venues that were segregated, which meant that when she toured the Southern states, she would play only at black colleges.

Joan Baez became involved with a variety of social causes early in her career, including civil rights and non-violence. The opening line of Baez's memoir And a Voice to Sing With is "I was born gifted" referencing her singing voice, which she explained was given to her and for which she can take no credit.

She learned four chords, which enabled her to play rhythm and blues , the music she was listening to at the time. Her parents, however, were fearful that the music would lead her into a life of drug addiction.

One of her very earliest public performances was at a retreat in Saratoga, California , for a youth group from Temple Beth Jacob, a Redwood City, California , Jewish congregation.

A few years later, in , Baez bought her first Gibson acoustic guitar. In , after Baez graduated from high school, her father accepted a faculty position at MIT and moved his family from the San Francisco area to Boston, Massachusetts.

She also performed in clubs and attended Boston University for about six weeks. When designing the poster for the performance, Baez considered changing her performing name to either Rachel Sandperl, the surname of her longtime mentor Ira Sandperl, or Maria from the song " They Call the Wind Maria ".

She later opted against doing so, fearing that people would accuse her of changing her last name because it was Spanish.

The audience consisted of her parents, her sister Mimi, her boyfriend, and a few friends, resulting in a total of eight patrons.

She was paid ten dollars. A few months later, Baez and two other folk enthusiasts made plans to record an album in the cellar of a friend's house.

The three sang solos and duets and a family friend designed the album cover, which was released on Veritas Records that same year as Folksingers 'Round Harvard Square.

Baez later met Bob Gibson and Odetta , who were at the time two of the most prominent vocalists singing folk and gospel music.

Her true professional career began at the Newport Folk Festival. Following that appearance, she recorded her first album for Vanguard, Joan Baez , produced by Fred Hellerman of The Weavers , who produced many albums by folk artists.

The collection of traditional folk ballads , blues, and laments sung to her own guitar accompaniment sold moderately well. The album also included " El Preso Numero Nueve ", a song sung entirely in Spanish, which she would re-record in for inclusion on her Spanish-language album Gracias a la Vida.

Robert Shelton, folk critic of the New York Times , praised the concert, saying, "That superb soprano voice, as lustrous and rich as old gold, flowed purely all evening with a wondrous ease.

Her singing unwound like a spool of satin. Her second release, Joan Baez, Vol. Like its immediate predecessor, Joan Baez, Vol.

Her two albums of live material, Joan Baez in Concert, Part 1 and its second counterpart were unique in that unlike most live albums, they contained only new songs rather than established favorites.

From the early to mid s, Baez emerged at the forefront of the American roots revival , where she introduced her audiences to the then-unknown Bob Dylan and was emulated by artists such as Judy Collins , Emmylou Harris , Joni Mitchell , and Bonnie Raitt.

On November 23, , Baez appeared on the cover of Time Magazine —a rare honor then for a musician. Though primarily an album artist, several of Baez's singles have charted, the first being her cover of Phil Ochs ' "There but for Fortune", which became a mid-level chart hit in the U.

Baez added other instruments to her recordings on Farewell, Angelina , which features several Dylan songs interspersed with more traditional fare.

In , Baez traveled to Nashville, Tennessee , where a marathon recording session resulted in two albums. The first, Any Day Now , consists exclusively of Dylan covers.

The other, the country-music-infused David's Album , was recorded for then-husband David Harris , a prominent anti- Vietnam War protester eventually imprisoned for draft resistance.

Harris, a country music fan, turned Baez toward more complex country-rock influences beginning with David's Album. Later in , Baez published her first memoir, Daybreak by Dial Press.

In August , her appearance at Woodstock in upstate New York raised her international musical and political profile, particularly after the successful release of the documentary film Woodstock One Day at a Time , like David's Album , featured a decidedly country sound.

Baez's distinctive vocal style and political activism had a significant impact on American popular music. She was one of the first musicians to use her popularity as a vehicle for social protest, singing and marching for human rights and peace.

Pete Seeger , Odetta , and decades-long friend Harry Belafonte were her early social justice advocate influences. After eleven years with Vanguard, Baez decided in to cut ties with the label that had released her albums since She delivered Vanguard one last success with the gold-selling album Blessed Are Joan Baez wrote "The Story of Bangladesh" in This song was based on the Pakistani army crackdown on unarmed sleeping Bengali students at Dhaka University on March 25, , which ignited the prolonged nine-month Bangladesh Liberation War.

During this period in late , she reunited with composer Peter Schickele to record two tracks, "Rejoice in the Sun" and "Silent Running" for the science-fiction film Silent Running.

The two songs were issued as a single on Decca Half spoken word poem and half tape-recorded sounds, the song documented Baez's visit to Hanoi , North Vietnam , in December during which she and her traveling companions survived the day-long Christmas Bombings campaign over Hanoi and Haiphong.

Gracias a la Vida the title song written and first performed by Chilean folk singer Violeta Parra followed and was a success in both the U.

After Gulf Winds , an album of entirely self-composed songs and From Every Stage , a live album that had Baez performing songs "from every stage" of her career, Baez again parted ways with a record label when she moved to CBS Records for Blowin' Away and Honest Lullaby In , Baez was given honorary Doctor of Humane Letters degrees by Antioch University and Rutgers University for her political activism and the "universality of her music".

In , she appeared on the Grammy Awards , performing Dylan's anthemic " Blowin' in the Wind ", a song she first performed twenty years earlier.

Baez also played a significant role in the Live Aid concert for African famine relief, opening the U. She has toured on behalf of many other causes, including Amnesty International 's A Conspiracy of Hope tour and a guest spot on their subsequent Human Rights Now!

Baez found herself without an American label for the release of Live Europe 83 , which was released in Europe and Canada but not released commercially in the U.

That same year, she traveled to the Middle East to visit with and sing songs of peace for Israel and the Palestinians.

During her performance, she greeted members of Charter 77 , a dissident human-rights group, which resulted in her microphone being shut off abruptly.

Baez then proceeded to sing a cappella for the nearly four thousand gathered. Havel cited her as a great inspiration and influence in that country's Velvet Revolution , the revolution in which the Soviet-dominated Communist government there was overthrown.

She then switched to Guardian, with whom she produced a live album, Ring Them Bells , and a studio album, Gone from Danger In , at the invitation of Refugees International and sponsored by the Soros Foundation , she traveled to the war-torn Bosnia and Herzegovina region of former- Yugoslavia in an effort to help bring more attention to the suffering there.

She was the first major artist to perform in Sarajevo since the outbreak of the Yugoslav civil war. In October of that year, Baez became the first major artist to perform in a professional concert presentation on Alcatraz Island a former U.

She later returned for another concert in Beginning in , Baez has had several successful long-term engagements as a lead character at San Francisco's Teatro ZinZanni.

The reissues, being released through Vanguard's Original Master Series, feature digitally restored sound, unreleased bonus songs, new and original artwork, and new liner-note essays written by Arthur Levy.

In , Baez was also a judge for the third annual Independent Music Awards to support independent artists' careers.

In the new version, she changed the lyric "here's to the dawn of their days" to "here's to the dawn of her days", as a tribute to her late sister Mimi, about whom Baez wrote the song in Later on, October 8, , she appeared as a special surprise guest at the opening ceremony of the Forum international conference in Prague , Czech Republic.

Her performance was kept secret from former Czech Republic President Havel until the moment she appeared on stage. Havel was a great admirer of both Baez and her work.

During Baez's next visit to Prague, in April , the two met again when she performed in front of a sold-out house at Prague's Lucerna Hall , a building erected by Havel's grandfather.

She also joined the choir in the finale of " O Holy Night ". The reissue features a page booklet and six unreleased live tracks from the original recording sessions, including " Love Song To A Stranger ", " You Ain't Goin' Nowhere ", " Geordie ", " Gracias a la Vida ", " The Water Is Wide " and " Stones in the Road ", bringing the total track listing to 21 songs on two discs.

He has called the album a " Woody Guthrie rock album". The recording was heavily influenced by albums from the s, which is why he invited an icon from that era to appear with him.

The day after receiving the honor, she appeared at the Grammy Awards ceremony and introduced a performance by the Dixie Chicks.

September 9, , saw the release of the studio album Day After Tomorrow , produced by Steve Earle and featuring three of his songs. The album was Baez's first charting record in nearly three decades.

During the concert's finale, she spontaneously danced on stage with a band of African percussionists. On August 2, , Baez played at the 50th Newport Folk Festival , which also marked the 50th anniversary of her breakthrough performance at the first festival.

It was produced and directed by Mary Wharton. King helped organize. In , at age 17, Baez committed her first act of civil disobedience by refusing to leave her Palo Alto High School classroom in Palo Alto, California , for an air raid drill.

In , Baez announced that she would be opening a school to teach nonviolent protest. In November as part of a release of documents from the National Archives that were supposed to relate to the assassination of John F.

Kennedy, [65] a FBI report alleged that Baez was involved in the s in an intimate affair with Dr. Research and Education Institute and a Stanford University, as "part of a smear campaign" against King.

Highly visible in civil-rights marches, Baez became more vocal about her disagreement with the Vietnam War. In , she publicly endorsed resisting taxes by withholding sixty percent of her income taxes.

In , she founded the Institute for the Study of Nonviolence along with her mentor Sandperl and encouraged draft resistance at her concerts.

In , Baez's autobiography, Daybreak , was released. It is the most detailed report of her life through and outlined her anti-war position, dedicating the book to men facing imprisonment for resisting the draft.

Baez was arrested twice in [69] for blocking the entrance of the Armed Forces Induction Center in Oakland, California, and spent over a month in jail.

See also David Harris section below. During the Christmas season , Baez joined a peace delegation traveling to North Vietnam, both to address human rights in the region, and to deliver Christmas mail to American prisoners of war.

During her time there, she was caught in the U. Her disquiet at the human-rights violations of communist Vietnam made her increasingly critical of its government and she organized the May 30, , publication of a full-page advertisement published in four major U.

Her one-time anti-war ally, Jane Fonda , refused to join in Baez's criticism of Hanoi, [75] [76] [77] leading to what was publicly described as a feud between the two.

Baez was instrumental in founding the USA section of Amnesty International in the s, and has remained an active supporter of the organization.

In , she was awarded the Thomas Merton Award for her ongoing activism. She toured Chile, Brazil and Argentina in , but was prevented from performing in any of the three countries, for fear her criticism of their human-rights practices would reach mass audiences if she were given a podium.

While there, she was kept under surveillance and subjected to death threats. In , after the Tiananmen Massacre in Beijing, Baez wrote and released the song "China" to condemn the Chinese government for its violent and bloody crackdown on thousands of student protesters who called for establishment of democratic republicanism.

In a second trip to Southeast Asia, Baez assisted in an effort to take food and medicine into the western regions of Cambodia, and participated in a United Nations Humanitarian Conference on Kampuchea.

At the annual dinner event, they honored her for her lifetime of work against violence of all kinds. In , Baez received the Ambassador of Conscience Award.

At each concert, Baez informs the audience about the organizations' efforts to exhonerate the wrongfully convicted and reform the system to prevent such incidents.

She subsequently lent her prestige to the campaign opposing the execution of Troy Davis by the State of Georgia.

Baez has also been prominent in the struggle for gay and lesbian rights. In , she performed at several benefit concerts to defeat the Briggs Initiative , which proposed banning all gay people from teaching in the public schools of California.

Later that same year, she participated in memorial marches for the assassinated San Francisco city supervisor, Harvey Milk , who was openly gay.

Her song "Altar Boy and the Thief" from Blowin' Away was written as a dedication to her gay fanbase. On June 25, , Baez created a special version of "We Shall Overcome" [83] with a few lines of Persian lyrics in support of peaceful protests by Iranian people.

She recorded it in her home and posted the video on YouTube [84] and on her personal website. In early , Baez performed at two rallies of hundreds of thousands of people in San Francisco protesting the U.

In the summer of , Baez joined Michael Moore 's " Slacker uprising Tour" on American college campuses, encouraging young people to get out and vote for peace candidates in the upcoming national election.

On May 23, , Baez once again joined Julia "Butterfly" Hill , this time in a "tree sit" in a giant tree on the site of the South Central Farm in a poor neighborhood of downtown Los Angeles, California.

Baez and Hill were hoisted into the tree, where they remained overnight. The women, in addition to many other activists and celebrities, were protesting the imminent eviction of the community farmers and demolition of the site, which is the largest urban farm in the state.

Throughout most of her career, Baez remained apprehensive about involving herself in party politics.

She noted: "Through all those years, I chose not to engage in party politics. At this time, however, changing that posture feels like the responsible thing to do.

If anyone can navigate the contaminated waters of Washington, lift up the poor, and appeal to the rich to share their wealth, it is Sen.

Barack Obama. Although a highly political figure throughout most of her career, Baez had never publicly endorsed a major political party candidate prior to Obama.

However, after Obama was elected, she expressed that she would likely never do so again, saying in a interview in The Huffington Post that "In some ways I'm disappointed, but in some ways it was silly to expect more.

If he had taken his brilliance, his eloquence, his toughness and not run for office he could have led a movement. Once he got in the Oval Office he couldn't do anything.

She performed at the White House on February 10, , as part of an evening celebrating the music associated with the civil rights movement, performing " We Shall Overcome ".

Baez was presented with the first award in recognition of her human rights work with Amnesty International and beyond, and the inspiration she has given activists around the world.

In future years, the award is to be presented to an artist — music, film, sculpture, paint or other medium — who has similarly helped advance human rights.

On November 11, , Baez played as part of a musical concert for the protestors at Occupy Wall Street. Baez has been a strong defender of the Catalan independence movement due to its non-violent nature.

On July 21, , she described jailed Catalan independence leaders as political prisoners. Baez's first real boyfriend was Michael New, a fellow student from Trinidad whom she met at her college in the late s.

Years later in , he inspired her song "Michael". Like Baez, he attended classes only occasionally. The two spent a considerable amount of time together, but Baez was unable to balance her blossoming career and her relationship.

The two bickered and made up repeatedly, but it was apparent to Baez that New was beginning to resent her success and new-found local celebrity.

One night she saw him kissing another woman on a street corner. Despite this, the relationship remained intact for several years after the two moved to California together in At the time, Baez had already released her debut album and her popularity as the emerging "Queen of Folk" was on the rise.

Baez was initially unimpressed with the "urban hillbilly ", but was impressed with one of Dylan's first compositions, " Song to Woody " and remarked that she would like to record it.

By , Baez had already released three albums, two of which had been certified gold, and she invited Dylan on stage to perform alongside her at the Newport Folk Festival.

The two performed the Dylan composition " With God on Our Side ", a performance that set the stage for many more duets like it in the months and years to come.

Typically while on tour, Baez would invite Dylan to sing on stage partly by himself and partly with her, much to the chagrin of her fans.

Baez would later say that Dylan's songs seemed to update the topics of protest and justice. By the time of Dylan's tour of the UK, their relationship had slowly begun to fizzle out.

The couple are captured in D. Pennebaker 's documentary film Dont Look Back Baez toured with Dylan as a performer on his Rolling Thunder Revue in — They performed together at the Peace Sunday anti-nuke concert in Baez wrote and composed at least three songs that were specifically about Dylan.

The references to Baez in Dylan's songs are far less clear. Baez herself has suggested that she was the subject of both " Visions of Johanna " and " Mama, You Been on My Mind ", although the latter was more likely about his relationship with Suze Rotolo.

As for " Like A Rolling Stone ", "Visions of Johanna", " She Belongs to Me ", and other songs alleged to have been written about Baez, neither Dylan nor biographers such as Clinton Heylin and Michael Gray have had anything definitive to say either way regarding the subject of these songs.

In October , Baez, her mother and nearly 70 other women were arrested at the Oakland, California, Armed Forces Induction Center for blocking its doorways to prevent entrance by young inductees, and in support of young men who refused military induction.

They were incarcerated in the Santa Rita Jail , and it was here that Baez met David Harris , who was kept on the men's side but who still managed to visit with Baez regularly.

The two formed a close bond upon their release and Baez moved into his draft-resistance commune in the hills above Stanford, California.

The pair had known each other for three months when they decided to wed. After confirming the news to Associated Press, media outlets began dedicating ample press to the impending nuptials at one point, Time magazine referred to the event as the "Wedding of the Century".

After finding a pacifist preacher and a church outfitted with peace signs and writing a blend of Episcopalian and Quaker wedding vows, Baez and Harris married in New York City on March 26, Her friend Judy Collins sang at the ceremony.

A short time later, Harris refused induction into the armed forces and was indicted. On July 16, , Harris was taken by federal marshals to prison.

The documentary film Carry It On was produced during this period and was released in Their son Gabriel was born on December 2, Harris was released from Texas prison after 15 months, but they separated three months after his release and the couple divorced amicably in Their son Gabriel is a drummer and occasionally tours with his mother.

He has a daughter Jasmine who also sang with Joan Baez at Kidztock in Baez dated Apple Computer cofounder Steve Jobs during the early s.

After Jobs's death, Baez spoke fondly about him, stating that even after the relationship had ended, the two remained friends, with Jobs having visited Baez shortly before his death, and stating that "Steve had a very sweet side, even if he was as But he gets genius licence for that, because he was somebody who changed the world.

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