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FRONTISPIECE EDITORIAL The British Parliament and the British Empire ... Propaganda and Knowledge PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE ACTIVITIES OF THE LEAGUE Our Summer Programme Notes British Guiana Branch A United Policy for Coloured Organisations in London WEST INDIAN AFFAIRS British Guiana
July 1, 1939 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
CO-ORDINATION OF DEFENCE.

CO-ORDINATION OF DEFENCE.

Labour's statement of policy declares that if the economic and industrial strength of the Commonwealth is to be used to the best advantage in defence it is necessary that there should be a body able to undertake such planning, to co-ordinate the requirements of the Defence Servi
July 1, 1939 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
THE ABOLITION OF THE SLAVE SYSTEM IN BRITAIN. ERIC WILL! \ MS, 8.A., D.PHIL. (OxoN.)

THE ABOLITION OF THE SLAVE SYSTEM IN BRITAIN. ERIC WILL! \ MS, 8.A., D.PHIL. (OxoN.)

3. The Emancipation of the Slaves. The slave trade abolished, the abolitionists directed their attention not to emancipation, as is so often alleged, but to supplementary measures, such as making the slave trade felony and decreeing the registration of all slaves, designed to cl
July 1, 1939 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
JULY-SEPTEMBER, 1939.

JULY-SEPTEMBER, 1939.

July 1, 1939 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
would be a strain on a much richer country. At present a vicious circle is being created by the mutual

would be a strain on a much richer country. At present a vicious circle is being created by the mutual

reactions of health, social conditions and the economic situation. The labourer lives at a mere subsistence level in an insanitary dwelling and surroundings; his health is consequently undermined and his energy and efficiency impaired; and so he is unable to contribute his prope
July 1, 1939 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
I SING.

I SING.

T sing Of the good earth y mother, And the life which comes With spring. Of the bee And the bran, The uncurdled milk of kine, Smelling of the grass. I sing Of the good earth Carpeted with flowers Of spring Of bird and beast, And human loves Drenched with the joy of giving, Upsur
July 1, 1939 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
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July 1, 1939 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
YOUR MALICE MOVES ME NOT.

YOUR MALICE MOVES ME NOT.

Your malice moves me not Nor yet your hate; Contempt from you reaches no part of me. But I hate you For the shattering discord of misspent desire You force on me; I hate you For the brutish lack of thought You use with me. I cannot pen the hell These two have meant for me. These
July 1, 1939 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
Reprinted by kind permission of Civil Liberty. LABOUR CONDITIONS IN KENYA.

Reprinted by kind permission of Civil Liberty. LABOUR CONDITIONS IN KENYA.

We are apt to be a great deal too complacent about our Colonial administration: complacent because we do not know the facts. Archdeacon W. E. Owen, who has worked in East Africa for 35 years, has been making it his business to see that such facts are known—in so far as they conc
July 1, 1939 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
with the formation of the local Branch, the organisation of the West African Youth League (Sierra Leone Section) has also

with the formation of the local Branch, the organisation of the West African Youth League (Sierra Leone Section) has also

been formed. The activities of this Youth 'Movement have taken a great hold on the people, its members now number almost 7,000. The Movement is affiliated to the National Council for Civil Liberties in London with whom they are in active touch. I now propose to recommend that ou
October 1, 1938 - The Keys - London, London, England