Ronnie Gilbert, the sole female singer among the folk-music superstars the Weavers for all but their earliest formative days, and a solo artist, activist, actor and psychologist over the years since the band called it a day in 1964, died on Saturday, though I managed to not get the unfortunate update till seeing Jarry House's post just now. Bruce Weber in the NY Times; Sing Out! hasn't managed to post their remembrance yet...
Ronnie Gilbert eulogizes her mother, 1985:
Ronnie Gilbert and Holly Near: "Hay Una Mujer Desaparecida"
HARP: Holly Near, Arlo Guthrie, Ronnie Gilbert, Pete Seeger: "Wimoweh" ("Mbube")
Ronnie Gilbert and Judy Collins: "Goodnight, Irene"
The Weavers: "Venga Jaleo"
Ronnie Gilbert: "Joe Hill"
The Weavers: "Sinner Man"
From Wasn't That a Time: The Weavers: "Union Miners"
The Weavers: "Kisses Sweeter than Wine"
Ronnie Gilbert with the Gordon Jenkins Orchestra: "Trouble in Mind"
The Weavers: "So Long, It's Been Good to Know You" among their 1951 promo films.