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It is now more than a year since the disturbances of last May drew the attention of the British Public

It is now more than a year since the disturbances of last May drew the attention of the British Public

to the deplorable condition of these Islands and also extracted from the Secretary of State in Parliament and from the country at large some remarkable confessions and yet the machinery of relief has been so slow that unrest still continues. The League of Coloured Peoples has pr
July 1, 1939 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
Child Labour

Child Labour

The employment of children begins at the age of ten. According to the law, children under twelve may not be employed in "industrial undertakings"— the intention being that they should do only light work. But the Committee enquiring into Juvenile Employment report that on alluvia
July 1, 1939 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
DEMOCRATISATION OF THE ARMY. LABOUR'S PLAN.

DEMOCRATISATION OF THE ARMY. LABOUR'S PLAN.

The most important decision taken by the 38th conference of the Labour Party at Southport from May 29th to June 2nd was the adoption of the Executive Committee's draft statement of policy on defence. In the absence of Mr. Attlee through illness, the acceptance of the statement w
July 1, 1939 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
PUBLISHED QUARTERLY by the LEAGUE OF COLOURED PEOPLES Founder and President: Dr. HAROLD A MOODY 49, MEMORIAL HALL, Farringdon Street,

PUBLISHED QUARTERLY by the LEAGUE OF COLOURED PEOPLES Founder and President: Dr. HAROLD A MOODY 49, MEMORIAL HALL, Farringdon Street,

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July 1, 1939 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
THE KEYS THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE LEAGUE OF COLOURED PEOPLES

THE KEYS THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE LEAGUE OF COLOURED PEOPLES

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July 1, 1939 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
July-September, 1939.

July-September, 1939.

July 1, 1939 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
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July 1, 1939 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
YOUR MALICE MOVES ME NOT.

YOUR MALICE MOVES ME NOT.

Your malice moves me not Nor yet your hate; Contempt from you reaches no part of me. But I hate you For the shattering discord of misspent desire You force on me; I hate you For the brutish lack of thought You use with me. I cannot pen the hell These two have meant for me. These
July 1, 1939 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
Reforms Recommended

Reforms Recommended

The Report of the Employment of Juveniles Committee recommends that the ordinary employment age should be raised to twelve, and for "industrial undertakings" to fourteen; that penal sanctions against children should be abolished, leaving a child free (in theory) to enter or leav
July 1, 1939 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
A United Policy for Coloured Organisations in London.

A United Policy for Coloured Organisations in London.

It is almost impossible for us to ignore the old adage, try, try, etc. In the early part of the quarter Dr. C. B. Clarke, who has always taken a keen though non-partisan interest in the welfare of the many coloured organisations in London wrote to the League of Coloured Peoples
July 1, 1939 - The Keys - London, London, England