Education: Project India

It was exam week, and U.C.L.A. students were concerned with such practical problems as marks and last-minute cramming. But a group of them found time to attend an extracurricular lecture at the religious-conference building. There the Rev. James H. Robinson, a Presbyterian minister, told them about his recent visit to India (TIME, April 28). As a Negro, he had been able to visit places that white Americans seldom see, and he was convinced that the best way to solve India's misunderstandings about the U.S. was through personal meetings and discussion.

Later that evening, talking about the lecture, the students wondered if they...

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