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The President's Reception to West Indies Cricketers.

The President's Reception to West Indies Cricketers.

ONE of the great landmarks in the history of the League will ever be the reception given to the members of the 1933 West Indies Cricket Team and their friends by our President and Mrs. Harold A. Moody at the Waldorf Hotel on the eve of the first test match, Friday, June 23rd. Th
October 1, 1933 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
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October 1, 1933 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
"THE KEYS"

"THE KEYS"

PUBLISHED QUARTERLY by the LEAGUE OF COLOURED PEOPLES at 164, Queen's Road, London, 5.E.15. Subscription 2/6 per annum, post free. EDITOR - - - - W. ARTHUR LEWIS.
April 1, 1936 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE.

PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE.

Much praise has come to the League as a result of the first n umber o f th e fifth vo l ume o f th e KEYS. Thi s presen t num b er c ; "tains the second part of the Conference Report and we believe 't will merit like praise. My message must be brief but there are two things I wa
October 1, 1937 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
Number 2. EDITOR Volume V.

Number 2. EDITOR Volume V.

October 1, 1937 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
this number, in spite of three centuries of education and representative institutions, only about 5,700 had the vote. The average

this number, in spite of three centuries of education and representative institutions, only about 5,700 had the vote. The average

wage of agricultural labourers was is. 6d. per day for three or four months of the year, the sugar industry being seasonal. Their staple diet, rice, flour, and salt fish, washed down by sugared water or, very occasionally, weak tea, had to undergo an import duty, which Was not l
January 1, 1938 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
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July 1, 1937 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
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are made subordinate to that of the white settlers. The frican's economic future is, in a word, hopeless. Yet in spite of all that, he pays taxes far in excess relatively speaking of his earning capacity. He pays a hut tax of 12/- a year, i.e., 12/- for each of his wives. This i
July 1, 1937 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
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April 1, 1938 - The Keys - London, London, England