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Blessed Are.Among the first performers to urge social protest, she sang and marched for civil and student rights and peace. Since the late 1960s she has devoted time to her school for nonviolence in California and has performed at concerts supporting a variety of humanitarian causes.
See her autobiography, Daybreak (1968), and her memoir, And a Voice to Sing With (1987).
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