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Guide to the Darlene Nicgorski papers on the Sanctuary Movement
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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.
11.5 Linear feet (8 boxes + 1/2 document case + 6 flat boxes + 1 shoebox + 1 map case drawer).
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