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C.E.C.

C.E.C.

Among the recent cases demanding our attention we mention that of an attractive young man who was persuaded to give up a good job in Jamaica and come to London where—he had been told—there was no colour prejudice and householders were most warm in their reception to coloured peo
January 1, 1938 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
PAUL ROBESON.

PAUL ROBESON.

We congratulate Mr. Paul Robeson on his decision not to act in any more films until he can get a cast-iron story—one that cannot be distorted in the making. He has joined Unity Theatre, the working-class theatre. It gives me the chance, - he says, of acting in plays that say som
January 1, 1938 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
July-September, 1938.

July-September, 1938.

July 1, 1938 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
LEAGUE NOTES.

LEAGUE NOTES.

On Wednesday, September 1 - s - t - , — a — g - o - oCil - y — r;mber of overseas visitors and members of the League gathered at the President's home for a very enjoyable tennis and social party. This was followed a fortnight later by a reception given by the President and Mrs.
October 1, 1937 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
LABOUR UNREST IN THE COLONIES.

LABOUR UNREST IN THE COLONIES.

We are glad to see that the recent strikes in Trinidad have drawn attention forcibly to the depressing labour conditions, and have created an atmosphere in which reforms long overdue seem likely at last to be undertaken. His Excellency the Governor in th e Legislative Council in
October 1, 1937 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
COLOUR BAR AT THE CAPE.

COLOUR BAR AT THE CAPE.

By UNA C. NEWBERY. The Colour Bar at the Cape reacts almost entirely on the half-castes—Cape coloured and Malays—who comprise more than half the population of Cape Province, including the very poorest section. The origin of these people was the more or less legitimate intercours
July 1, 1937 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
West African Art.

West African Art.

By RICHARD CARLINE. (A contributor of part of "The Arts of West Africa" and the one responsible for organising this Exhibition). T HE - Negro Art - exhibition during January and February at the Adams Gallery in Pall Mall Place, St. James', was arranged with a view to furthering
April 1, 1935 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
selves for shaping the future history of the Race and the carrying out faithfully and efficiently of duty which must

selves for shaping the future history of the Race and the carrying out faithfully and efficiently of duty which must

come to thein later on. May the League be a stimulus to them, as it is to me, helping them always to hold to the ideal of service loyalty, co-operation and constructive thinking in the guidance of the Race into the full development of its destiny.
April 1, 1937 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
"THE KEYS"

"THE KEYS"

PUBLISHED QUARTERLY by the LEAGUE OF COLOURED PEOPLES 49, Memorial Hall, Farringdon Street, London, E.C.4. Subscription 2/6 per annum, post free. CHARLES E. COLLET
January 1, 1937 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
JANUARY-MARCH, 1937. PRINCIPAL CONTENTS.

JANUARY-MARCH, 1937. PRINCIPAL CONTENTS.

Editorial .. .. .. President's Message - .. Seychelles—Pearls of the Indian Ocean Jamaica Banana Association .. Coloured Seamen on the Beach - Editorial. Page 29 33 35 40 32 A new year commences for us, and a new effort. Founded in 1931 by Dr. Harold Moody, this year President o
January 1, 1937 - The Keys - London, London, England