Albert Baez, scientist, pacifist and parent

Albert Baez (left) has died age 94. A remarkable scientist and pacifist, he was also father of folk singers Joan Baez and Mimi Fariña. Follow this link to the San Francisco Chronicle for an excellent celebration of a remarkable life.

Now read why we aren't marching in the streets anymore.
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We aren't marching in the streets any more because we are all sitting in front of our computers.

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