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Aggrey of Africa By EDWIN W. SMITH (Fellow of Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain) I ACCOUNT it a great

Aggrey of Africa By EDWIN W. SMITH (Fellow of Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain) I ACCOUNT it a great

honour to have been given the opportunity of writing the biography of Dr. Aggrey. I had a great admiration for him and that admiration was progressively deepened as I unravelled the threads of his life and traced his career from his birth in an obscure village on the Gold Coast
January 1, 1935 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
The Soul of the League. now come to the question What power has the individual if any, in the shaping

The Soul of the League. now come to the question What power has the individual if any, in the shaping

and controlling of the destiny of a race ? - u ndoubtedly we have some power lam inclined to think. There are functions in and of the mental or spiritual realm whose powers ar e as yet unknown and uninvestigated, and that is what I feel gives I nY membership its value. Here is a
April 1, 1937 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
Current Comment.

Current Comment.

A NEW AFFILIATION. he Our first duty in this issue is the pleasant one of extending a ar ty welcome to the Pacific Movement of the Eastern World, an :portant organisation with its headquarters in the southern states 01 America, which has just affiliated to the League of Coloured
July 1, 1936 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
THE RAPE OF A BLACK EMPIRE.

THE RAPE OF A BLACK EMPIRE.

For fifty years Britain, France and Italy have been a fter Abyssinia. In 1906, 1915 and 1925 they agreed on the terms of the share-out, but were foiled by Abyssinian diplomacy. In Septery ber, 1935, with Abyssinia at their mercy, Britain and France pr° . posed a collective manda
July 1, 1936 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
The Jamaica Banana Producers' Association.

The Jamaica Banana Producers' Association.

The establishment of the Jamaica Banana Producers Association in 1929' was a landmark in colonial history. Those of us who believe that the true development of colonial agriculture lies along the path of a cooperative peasantrY watched its career with zeal, and widely publicised
January 1, 1937 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
A CALL TO YOUNG AFRICA.

A CALL TO YOUNG AFRICA.

The Conference's last speaker was Dr. Harold Moody, President of the League of Coloured Peoples, who addressed the session on - The Duty of the Educated African.- Dr. Moody began by saying that what he had to say applied to all Africans , whether they lived in Africa, America, t
July 1, 1936 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
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October 1, 1936 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
July-September, 1938. contro; of the government which the disfranchisement of 1,075,691 out of the 1,138,558 population puts in the hands

July-September, 1938. contro; of the government which the disfranchisement of 1,075,691 out of the 1,138,558 population puts in the hands

of the planters; who have never scrupled to use force in suppressing any signs of discontent. This factor has been very much in evidence during the month of May in Jamaica. On May 2nd the workers on Frome Estate in the parish of Westmorland struck, and without any violence, dema
July 1, 1938 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
ANNOUNCEMENTS.

ANNOUNCEMENTS.

The children's outing will take place on July 13th. We hope to be able to send four coaches to Epsom and one to Bournemouth. We welcome the assistance of members of the League as stewards on this occasion. Tennis Parties will be arranged during the summer at the President's: 164
July 1, 1938 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
FIFTH ANNUAL GARDEN PARTY.

FIFTH ANNUAL GARDEN PARTY.

A glorious afternoon, a delightful garden and a genial host summoned some 80 of our members and their friends to the League of Coloured People's Fifth Annual Garden Party at Hutton, Essex on Saturday, June 25th. Roundwood, covering some ten acres of ground, is easily the most ch
July 1, 1938 - The Keys - London, London, England