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Joan Baez began her singing career as a teenager in the coffeehouses of Cambridge, Massachusetts, and has now been performing around the world for over 50 years. Joan is also known and respected for her nonviolent activism and humanitarian work on a variety of issues, including the Civil Rights Movement, Vietnam War protesting, anti-nuclear efforts, Southeast Asian "boat people" relief, ecological issues, and death penalty abolition. See more at www.joanbaez.com.
A portion of profits from the sale of Joan Baez's strings go to the Resource Center for Nonviolence: The Resource Center for Nonviolence primary mission is to support the growth of nonviolent activists. The Center hosts activists and analysts from nonviolent struggles around the world. And the Center is a venue for social change groups and non-profit organizations to conduct meetings and public events in its 200-seat Scott Kennedy Hall or its Community Room. See more at http://rcnv.org.