In June 1981, American folk singer Joan Baez arrived in Nicaragua, one month before the celebrations marking the second anniversary of the Sandinista Revolution. After meeting with a variety of political and social groups in Managua to learn more about the Revolution from a first-hand point of view, Baez held a press conference expressing her support for the revolution's accomplishments but voiced reservations as a pacifist about the violence that was required to overthrow the Somoza government. After the press conference, Baez held a private meeting with two American Maryknoll sisters, Julie Miller and Pat Murray, to discuss pacifism and violence in regards to Third World revolutions; this recording is of that meeting. Produced by Patricia Hines and Marc Cooper for KPFK-FM.