By Markus Jaeger
In his examine, Markus Jaeger explores the coalescence of Joan Baez's paintings as a singer and songwriter along with her endeavors as a political activist in the course of the final fifty years. He illustrates an American renowned singer's importance as a political activist--for her audiences and for her competitors in addition to for these sufferers of politically prepared violence who've profited from her paintings. Mingling pop culture with political activism could be a precious capacity to accomplish non-violent societal development. Joan Baez's paintings bargains a great instance for this hypothesis.