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THE PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE.

THE PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE.

AGREAT many things have happened since our last issue. all of which have tended to establish more firmly than ever the well laid foundations of our organisation. I will first mention the Play at the Scala Theatre which, though not a financial success, was a great triumph for the
April 1, 1934 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
Lecture on Kenya

Lecture on Kenya

By Sir EDWARD GRIGG, K.C.V.0., K.C.M.G., D. 5.0., M.P. A large audience gathered to hear Sir Edward Grigg speak on - Kenya - on the 9th February at the Memorial Hall. Dr. Moody, in introducing Sir Edward, expressed the satisfaction of the League in having such a prominent and bu
April 1, 1934 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
MEMORIAL HALL, FARRINGDON STREET, LONDON.

MEMORIAL HALL, FARRINGDON STREET, LONDON.

OFFICERS 1933-4.
October 1, 1933 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
Jamaica

Jamaica

October 1, 1933 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
Editorial.

Editorial.

ANOTHER stage in our onward journey has been reached. It is with no sstmataelithamount he Keys" of satisfaction and pleas ure th a t we fi n d ou rselves able to only in thi s has be en en th us i ast i ca ll y rece i ve d b y rea d ers , n ot country, but in Africa, the West In
October 1, 1933 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
Ilimal

Ilimal

October 1, 1933 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
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October 1, 1933 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
MiNsilm.—__

MiNsilm.—__

October 1, 1933 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
Nigger

Nigger

They called me , Those little white urchins, They laughed and shouted As I passed along the street. They flung it at me: - ! ! !' What made me keep my fingers From choking the words in their throats? What made my face grow hot, The blood boil in my veins And tears spring to my
July 1, 1933 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
You who feel that you are sprung Of earth's first blood, - your eyes Are blinded now with arrogance. With

You who feel that you are sprung Of earth's first blood, - your eyes Are blinded now with arrogance. With

ruthlessness you seared My peoples flesh, and now you still Would crush their very soul, Add fierce insult to vilest injury. We will not be called Niggers Since this was the favourite curse Of those who drove the Negroes To their death in days of slavery. A good for nothing Nigg
July 1, 1933 - The Keys - London, London, England