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 Title:  Sanctuary Movement Trial papers, 1979-1992 ead 
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 Abstract:  The Sanctuary Movement was a religious and political campaign that began in the early 1980s to provide safety for Central American refugees fleeing civil conflicts within their home countries. This collection contains materials related to the Sanctuary Movement and, more specifically, the highly publicized Sanctuary Trial that took place in Arizona. Within the collection are attorney files, certified trial transcripts, publicity materials, and trial notebooks. Also represented in the collection are donated materials from the American Friends Service Committee and the Southside Presbyterian Church, who were important players in the Sanctuary Movement. Materials from these organizations include correspondence, newspaper clippings, publications and trial materials. 
 Repository:  University of Arizona Libraries, Special Collections 
 Subjects:  Sanctuary Movement -- Arizona -- Tucson | Church and social problems -- Arizona -- Tucson | Christianity and politics | Political refugees -- Central America | Church work with refugees -- United States | Church and state -- United States | Asylum, Right of -- United States 
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