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July-September, 1938.

July-September, 1938.

July 1, 1938 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
CORRESPONDENCE.

CORRESPONDENCE.

Dr. H. A. MOODY, \1.1)., London. 6, Walpole Street, P.O. Box 243, Freetown, Sierra Leone 28th July, 1938. Sir, I am sending to you by today's mail this Report regarding the activities of the League of Coloured People in Sierra Leone, together with my observations and recommendat
October 1, 1938 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
CROWN COLONY POLITICS

CROWN COLONY POLITICS

The invaluable worth of the ancient compiler was that he gathered the established laws of the land and transferred them to the comparative eternity of a code. Today we neither believe nor do most of us wish that the present Constitutions of countries should remain inflexible; bu
July 1, 1939 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
THE KEYS.

THE KEYS.

July 1, 1939 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
Extracts from Letters.

Extracts from Letters.

Bishops Stortford. January 16th, 1937. ... . I should like to subscribe to The Keys and enclose 2/6. Just at present I cannot manage full membership, though I thank you very much for giving me the opportunity, and my sympathetic interest is always with you . GRACE KNOTI • Cardif
January 1, 1937 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
A MESSAGE FROM THE METHODIST PRESIDENT.

A MESSAGE FROM THE METHODIST PRESIDENT.

I desire to send my personal good wishes for the success of the League of Coloured Peoples. I gladly commend the objects of the League. One of the most important duties of the civilised world to-day is to guard with sacred care the welfare of the coloured peoples of the world an
October 1, 1936 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
t hat a people can stand by .tself. Dr. Mair does not seem clear in her own mind cln this;

t hat a people can stand by .tself. Dr. Mair does not seem clear in her own mind cln this;

like all good Lugardites she is suspicious of the educated African, who dares to have his own views as to how Africa should evolve. In British Africa the Colour Bar policy denies these citizens their rightful place in society, with the result that, as in India, all the educated
October 1, 1936 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE.

: -, eottsboro Defence Committee, 112, East 19th Street, New York City. June 17th, 1938. The Scottsboro Defense Committee calls the attention of the people of America to the fact that the Supreme Court of Alabama on legal ground has confirmed the monstrous injustice by which Cla
July 1, 1938 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
BASIL RODGERS.

BASIL RODGERS.

It is some years now since Mr. Basil Rodgers gave ‘ a recital at the Wig - more Hall. We heard him there on June 3rd, when he sang a programme composed exclusively of Negro Spirituals. Some felt in advance that it would be difficult to avoid monotony in such a programme, but by
July 1, 1938 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
CONT E NTS

CONT E NTS

FRONTISPIECE EDITORIAL The British Parliament and the British Empire ... Propaganda and Knowledge PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE ACTIVITIES OF THE LEAGUE Our Summer Programme Notes British Guiana Branch A United Policy for Coloured Organisations in London WEST INDIAN AFFAIRS British Guiana
July 1, 1939 - The Keys - London, London, England