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July 1, 1933 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
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July 1, 1933 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
In India, Malaya and Java, co-operative Societies had not confined themselves to economic matters. They bound themselves together for various

In India, Malaya and Java, co-operative Societies had not confined themselves to economic matters. They bound themselves together for various

purposes, and the sanction for the breach was often a fine. They could leave the society after they paid the fine, but they seldom broke away from the Society. _ Better educational facilities were needed to enable the African to develop fully, and to embrace the co-operative mov
July 1, 1933 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
The first two lines of development are honest in so far as they are in keeping with the traditional English

The first two lines of development are honest in so far as they are in keeping with the traditional English

temperament. English has no equivalent of the word bouleversement and so in British West Africa the Pundits of Colonial Policy have negated a Revolution—the substitution of one system of legality for another. The policy is the triumph of experience over hope. - Here then, we hav
July 1, 1933 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
Africa and Africans. He felt that the Negro had not yet been fully emancipated and he was still unjustly handicapped

Africa and Africans. He felt that the Negro had not yet been fully emancipated and he was still unjustly handicapped

although he had done so much in spite of his difficulties. He felt that the destiny of the Coloured Races would be for some time yet in the hands of the dominant race but he wanted to assure them that the Negro of to-day, unlike his forefathers, was insistent on being justly tre
July 1, 1933 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
Nigger

Nigger

They called me , Those little white urchins, They laughed and shouted As I passed along the street. They flung it at me: - ! ! !' What made me keep my fingers From choking the words in their throats? What made my face grow hot, The blood boil in my veins And tears spring to my
July 1, 1933 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
You who feel that you are sprung Of earth's first blood, - your eyes Are blinded now with arrogance. With

You who feel that you are sprung Of earth's first blood, - your eyes Are blinded now with arrogance. With

ruthlessness you seared My peoples flesh, and now you still Would crush their very soul, Add fierce insult to vilest injury. We will not be called Niggers Since this was the favourite curse Of those who drove the Negroes To their death in days of slavery. A good for nothing Nigg
July 1, 1933 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
that

that

(1) The Native Lands Trust Ordinance (No. 9 of 1930) of Kenya provided Reserves should be set apart for the use and benefit of the native tribes of the Colony "for ever - -subject to certain Provisos. (2) That the provisos about development of the mineral resources of the Colon
July 1, 1933 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
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July 1, 1933 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
MEMORIAL HALL, FARRINGDON STREET, LONDON. OFFICERS 1933-4.

MEMORIAL HALL, FARRINGDON STREET, LONDON. OFFICERS 1933-4.

President: HAROLD A. MOODY, M.D., B.S. Vice-President: ALEX. H. KOI Secretary:
July 1, 1933 - The Keys - London, London, England