At its best, radio catches the blurred, unmistakable accents of real life. Last week, on her Child's World program, ABC's Helen Parkhurst asked six children from Harlem: How does it feel to be a Negro? Some of the answers:
¶"Well, it feels like you're walking down a road, and there's nobody else on the road, and when you're walking down there you don't see anybody except white people, and you get a funny feeling."
¶"They [the white children] don't want to play with you, or they don't think that you're as good as they are, and things like that."
¶"I'd [like to] drive around...