Minnesota Daily article detailing the charge against the University administration for racial discrimination in student housing, particularly for closing a cooperative house, misleadingly named International House. Students protested that the house was closed specifically because the administration had decided that it existed “strictly for Negroes,” in order to maintain racially segregated tax-payer funded housing. The residents never consented to lived in a racially segregated house.
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