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achievement except ourselves. As soon as we are worthy we will where we want to get. We may have to

achievement except ourselves. As soon as we are worthy we will where we want to get. We may have to

struggle to get there ut has not had to struggle and what is iife without a struggle? ir would muc h rat h er w i n my r i g h ts t h an h ave t h em t h rown at me. r we must sit down and grouse we will get nowhere. i I have done everything within my power to leave the L.C.P. a
January 1, 1935 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
PERSONALIA

PERSONALIA

We were glad to welcome this summer Miss Una Marson of Jamaica. Miss Marson who is now on the staff of the " Jamaica Standard " is well known to our readers as a former assistant editor of the " Keys." Miss Marson is in London on business connected with her paper. Another old fr
October 1, 1938 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
THIRD ANNUAL SUMMER OUTING.

THIRD ANNUAL SUMMER OUTING.

The League again was able through the kind offices of friends to give its annual out ing for coloured children in London. Two parties were taken, one to Epsom and one to Bournemouth. The Eastcliff Congregational Church had undertaken the full expenses of a summer party at Bourne
October 1, 1938 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
"The Keys"

"The Keys"

.1. 0 . + . A Quarterly Magazine. The official Organ of the League of Coloured Peoples. Editor : UNA M. MARSON.
January 1, 1935 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
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January 1, 1935 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
EDITOR Volume V. APRIL-JUNE. 1938. PRINCIPAL FEATURES.

EDITOR Volume V. APRIL-JUNE. 1938. PRINCIPAL FEATURES.

President's Message - - - Notes on the Trinidad Report By W. Arthur Lewis The Seventh Annual General Meeting of the League of Coloured Peoples - _ _ _ Equal Rights _ - - - Achimota College and the Gold Coast Current Comment - By M. A. Rilocira
April 1, 1938 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
CURRENT COMMENT.

CURRENT COMMENT.

South Africa's National Anthem. A grave political crisis was almost caused by the Prime Minister's personal reply to a question by a member as to whether the playing of " Die Stem" at the opening of Parliament meant that it was recognised as the national anthem of South Africa.
April 1, 1938 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
The Ancient Civilisation of Africa. By S. SANMUGANATHAN (Ceylon). MR. PRESIDENT and friends it is indeed a great privilege to

The Ancient Civilisation of Africa. By S. SANMUGANATHAN (Ceylon). MR. PRESIDENT and friends it is indeed a great privilege to

address a distinguished audience such as this. We are all here together this evening to Promote and protect the welfare of peoples, and in particular the peoples of Africa. The theme of this conference is "The Negro in the changing order of the world." It is clear from this them
April 1, 1934 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
If we plot out on a map of the world the geographical distribution of remarkable customs as the building of

If we plot out on a map of the world the geographical distribution of remarkable customs as the building of

megalithic monuments, the worship of the sun and the serpent, the custom of piercing the ears, tattooing, the practice of circumcision, the complex stories of the creation of the world, the divine origin of kings, the practice of artificial deformaticn of the head and the practi
April 1, 1934 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
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April 1, 1934 - The Keys - London, London, England