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Current Comment.

Current Comment.

FOUR coloured students left the West Indies on a German boat. the S.S. Caribia, on September 22nd. They had been spending the long vacation at home, and were returning to England to continue their studies. The Caribia has a swimming pool which they used with the other passengers
January 1, 1936 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
The League of Coloured Peoples.

The League of Coloured Peoples.

DURING the past quarter the League's work has been mainly routine. In Cardiff. thanks to our timely action, the policy of deliberate discrimination against coloured seamen has virtually been dropped, but owing to the continued depression in shipping, distress prevails in the col
January 1, 1936 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
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January 1, 1936 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
Headquarters: MEMORIAL HALL, FARRINGDON STREET, LONDON.

Headquarters: MEMORIAL HALL, FARRINGDON STREET, LONDON.

Jamaica British Guiana Ceylon West Africa West Africa St. Lucia England U.S.A. West Africa West Africa - British Honduras West Africa West Africa U.S.A. Trinidad West Africa St. Vincent England Trinidad West Africa West Africa West Africa The League of Coloured 'on, 5.E.15. - ,_
April 1, 1936 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
COLOUR BEFORE THE LAW.

COLOUR BEFORE THE LAW.

"It is a damned shame that a coloured stowaway can stand in this public court and say that work will be found for him in three weeks. - -A magistrate, sentencing a coloured stowaway at Liverpool. We hold no brief for stowaways, but the mentality of this magistrate is interesting
April 1, 1936 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
Here is an early example from "Color," which he calls "Black Magdalens - : These have no Christ to spit

Here is an early example from "Color," which he calls "Black Magdalens - : These have no Christ to spit

and stoop To write upon the sand, Inviting him that has not sinned To raise the first rude hand. And if he came they could not buy Rich ointment for his feet, The body's sale scarce yields enough To let the body eat. The chaste clean ladies pass them by And draw their skirts asi
April 1, 1936 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
H. A. MOODY, President.

H. A. MOODY, President.

THE SHROUD OF COLOUR—Continued from page 47. And as he lay in a tortured swoon, he is lifted in a dream on a great black wing" and God speaks to him; - Dark child of sorrow, mine no less, what art Of mine can make thee see and play thy part? The key to all strange things is in m
April 1, 1936 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
fliactiis. A FORGOTTEN CORNER OF THE EMPIRE.

fliactiis. A FORGOTTEN CORNER OF THE EMPIRE.

Warning from the iVesst Indies by W. M. Macmillan. Faber Faber, Bs. 6d. This book is the fruit of a visit which the author paid to the West Indies last year, seeking in West Indian experience lessons for the rulers of Africa. It is a very unequal book. Of its two hundred pages I
April 1, 1936 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
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Yet the professor, for reasons which are difficult to disentangle. belittles the policy of extending peasant cultivation in the West Indies. Throughout his recommandations it is easy to see that Professor Macmillan has been swayed by the writings of Dr. Martin Leake. Dr. Leake i
April 1, 1936 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
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July 1, 1936 - The Keys - London, London, England