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EDITORIAL

EDITORIAL

T HE reception accorded the first two numbers of The Keys encourages us to press forward and keep faith with those who have paid their subscriptions. An extensive Winter Programme was inaugurated with a reception in honour of H. E. Sir Thomas Vans Best, K.C.M.G., K.8.E., Governo
January 1, 1934 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
Forthcoming Events.

Forthcoming Events.

Please book dates at once and apply to Secretary for particulars. Winter Programmes can be had on application. Wed. 3rd. JANUARY. Coloured Children's Christmas Party, Memorial Hall, 3 p.m. Friday 12th. Miss Margery Perham will address the League on - Indirect Rule in Africa " at
January 1, 1934 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
LECTURE BY MR. J. H. DRIBERG.

LECTURE BY MR. J. H. DRIBERG.

Mr. J. H. Driberg, a well-known anthropologist who has had several years' experience in East Africa, and is the author of several works on Anthropology, addressed the League at the Memorial Hall on Friday, December 8, taking as his subject The Good African. Dr. Harold Moody, Pre
January 1, 1934 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
The Editor's Mail 'tag.

The Editor's Mail 'tag.

PROM H. E. SIR REGINALD STUBBS, G.C.M.G Thanks for your letter of 22nd September and for the copy of - The Keys. - I am glad to see it and hope that it will be useful. Unfortunately the trouble with magazines of the kind is that they are usually read only by those who are alread
January 1, 1934 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
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January 1, 1934 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
NEW MEMBERS.

NEW MEMBERS.

Mr. Wm. Doyle, England; Mr. Charles Belben, England; Mrs. Charles Belben, England ; Mrs. D. E. Armstrong, British Guiana ; Mr. Victor Scott, Jamaica ; Mr. Nathaniel Lawrence, West Africa ; Miss Margery Seon, Bermuda ; Miss Margery Perham, England ; Miss L. Talbot, England ; Dr.
January 1, 1934 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
The following resolution was sent from our meeting on December Bth, 1933, to the United States Consul : Resolved that

The following resolution was sent from our meeting on December Bth, 1933, to the United States Consul : Resolved that

the League of Coloured Peoples here gathered in a General Meeting on Friday, December Bth, 1933, registers its unanimous protest against the recrudescence of the Lynching of Negroes in the United States of America. The League would respectfully urge the American Government to co
January 1, 1934 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
INTER-RACIAL SOCIAL AT ILFORD.

INTER-RACIAL SOCIAL AT ILFORD.

The Young People's Fellowship of the Ilford Congregational Church invited members of the League to an Inter-Racial Social on the evening of October 18. Several members of the League attended and a most enjoyable time was spent. These ingenious and resourceful young people decide
January 1, 1934 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
that a very lively discussion followed his address. A vote of thanks was moved by Mr. Thomas, the Secretary, and

that a very lively discussion followed his address. A vote of thanks was moved by Mr. Thomas, the Secretary, and

seconded by Mr. T. A. M. Grant of Jamaica. Mr. A. A. Ward, of the Negro Welfare Association, suggested that a resolution should be passed by the meeting protesting against the sentence on the Scottsboro boys and recent lynchings of Negroes in America. This Resolution was put for
January 1, 1934 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
Contents.

Contents.

Editorial Resolution to United States Consul President's Message Reveille )(Fardiff's Coloured Population Tshekedi and his People Reports of League Functions Vivian Virtue by Nancie Sharpe Rev. A. M. Chirgwin. M.A Liberia and the League of Nations by Harry W. Roberts, 8.A., B.D
January 1, 1934 - The Keys - London, London, England