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Boston's Committee on Racial Equality is planning to open a cooperative house in or around Harvard Square for students of all races. CORE field representative Nathan Wright said yesterday.
The house will accommodate approximately 15 students from the University graduate schools and nearby colleges. Within the next three weeks, CORE hopes to sign a lease for the house, which "should be in a restricted area if possible," said Wright.
CORE at present maintains 27 cooperative houses in the country.
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