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Vice-President: West Africa Secretary: STEPHEN THOMAS, Barrister-at-Law Africa ANSAH 11. KOI - Asst. Sc.cretary : Miss UNA M. MARSON -

Vice-President: West Africa Secretary: STEPHEN THOMAS, Barrister-at-Law Africa ANSAH 11. KOI - Asst. Sc.cretary : Miss UNA M. MARSON -

- Jamaica Publicity Secretary and Editor: DAVID TUCKER, M.A., Barrister-at-Law Treasurer : K. L. GORDON - - - - Bermuda St. Lucia Librarian: Miss STELLA THOMAS, Barrister-at-Law West Africa Executive 1933-1934: Ofce Amagatcher, M.A. - E. R. Campbell - - Dennis W. Degazon - F. E.
October 1, 1933 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
Captain GRANT

Captain GRANT

The London Times record - The West Indies are always a delightful s!cle to watch, for they show an evident enjoyment of the game. - * * * The West Indies captain, Mr. G. C. Grant, who has proved himself an excellent captain, made his first century of the tour against Gloucester
October 1, 1933 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
The Wilberforce Centenary Celebrations, Hull. July 23rd-29th.

The Wilberforce Centenary Celebrations, Hull. July 23rd-29th.

The Wilberforce Centenary Celebrations, July 23rd-29th. THE League of Coloured Peoples was privileged to co-operate with the Lord Mayor, the descendants of Wilberforce and the citizens of Hull in paying tribute to one of the world's greatest citizens. The President, Miss Una M. M
October 1, 1933 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
The League of Coloured Peoples MEMORIAL HALL, FARRINGDON STREET,

The League of Coloured Peoples MEMORIAL HALL, FARRINGDON STREET,

to become a member of the League of Coloured Peoples and herewith enclose my annual subscription of 5/-. LONDON. E.C.4. *I desire beg to enclose also 2/6, a year's subscription to " The Keys." *I would further like to give a donation of which I alsc enclose or will forward on or
October 1, 1933 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
thousands ' h no Christian can evade.' of human beings Here is a challenge which . lesser " For n

thousands ' h no Christian can evade.' of human beings Here is a challenge which . lesser " For n

ine years, a period which would have broken manya man, the tenacious Wilberforce continued his humane , efforts,. idn monstrating g the dictates of olatthe while the horrible cruelty of the trade as 'violates of God.' conscience, the o justice "The • f and the laws a m i i t bil
October 1, 1933 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
Group of the Youngsters at the Th'Psonli Outing, Friday, July 14th.

Group of the Youngsters at the Th'Psonli Outing, Friday, July 14th.

of the Youngsters at the Th'Psonli Outing, Friday, July 14th. .. . , , , • . .. -.:''...,....:- . .ir - . , ~,c . .• .:„........*:,, er :, • , .. . . .. - .. .. - •• . _-et.s it -, - . ............-- , ~ s 1 .:,.. ,, .....„..- ' ..'.,..:, , ' . 1t - . . : • e .. .. .. ~ . • , stp
October 1, 1933 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
WILBERFORCE CENTENARY—contiuned from page 23 not say that this was maliciously done. help yourself. - - Is it any small

WILBERFORCE CENTENARY—contiuned from page 23 not say that this was maliciously done. help yourself. - - Is it any small

wonder that one brought up in this atmosphere should have felt ashamed of his ancestry? Now that I know the facts, now that I know the part they played in their own liberation, now that I can fully appraise the value of their rich and unique folk-lore, now that I know of their r
October 1, 1933 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
Play at Y.W.C.A.

Play at Y.W.C.A.

One of its first objectives when the League was founded two years ago was the establishing of a suitable headquarters in London. Efforts have been made, but difficulties, mainly financial, have stayed its course. Now the League is determined to do its utmost to surmount all obst
October 1, 1933 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
Country..

Country..

Faculty or Occupation Subscriptions may be sent to the Treasurer, League of Coloured Peoples, 164, Queen's Road, Peckham, London, 5.E.15., or handed to one of the Officers of the League. *Please delete which does not apply.
October 1, 1933 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
Liberia and The League of Nations

Liberia and The League of Nations

By HARRY W. ROBERTS. 8.A., B.D. THE closing days of the Assembly of the League of Nations in October, 1933, brought to a close a three years proceedings in private except for the last few meetings in matters relating to the little Black Republic of Liberia situated on the West C
January 1, 1934 - The Keys - London, London, England