Writings, correspondence, newspaper and
periodical clippings, legal papers, audio- and videotapes, and graphic materials
relating to the life and career of Darlene Nicgorski, a leader in the Sanctuary
movement for Central American refugees in the United States in the early 1980s, and
a defendant in the Arizona Sanctuary Trial of 1985-1986. The materials focus in
particular on her involvement in the Sanctuary Movement, 1981-1987, her defense in
the Sanctuary Trial, and her relations with the order of School Sisters of St.
Francis (SSSF), to which she belonged until the end of 1987.