Sanctuary, a Journey
"Held captive by the Nicaraguan contras as a member of a Witness for Peace delegation, Judith McDaniel explores the idea of sanctuary. Her focus includes El Salvadoran refugees and Big Mountain protesters, bag ladies in Times Square, Black children in Albany, and Peace Camp women."--Jacket.
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