Education: Returning the Call

Some 50 Harlem Negro boys & girls spent two weeks in New Hampshire last summer, living with the white children, fishing, camping and learning to ride bareback on farm horses. Now eight sunburned New Hampshire kids were returning the call.

The New Hampshire visitors were as cowed by New York's traffic and subways as their hosts had been by New Hampshire's wasps and bees. They gawped at the Empire State Building, as the Negro kids had gaped at a herd of cows. They lunched together at an Automat, went to the Radio City Music Hall, and danced at 14-year-old Jean Kilpatrick's...

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