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EDITORIAL

EDITORIAL

Royal Commission to the West Indics. The promised to the West Indies has been announced. The members of the Commission are: Rt. Hon. Lord Moyne (Chairman), Sir Edward Stubbs (Vice-Chairman), the Hon. Member for Rushcliffe (Mr. Assheton), Dr. Mary Blacklock, Sir Walter Citrine, D
October 1, 1938 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
TRINIDAD 1938.

TRINIDAD 1938.

Pitch-lakes rich as Kimberley mines; Island afloat on a sea of oil, Long miles of ordered green. And a hundred thousand working-men, Negroes and Indians in barrack and pen, Poor-blooded, starved and lean! Seasonal crops of golden grains; Bumper harvests of ripe, rich fruit; Mill
October 1, 1938 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
of this extensive parish, and one of the most Honourable Privy Council, you will find him at the Kirk on

of this extensive parish, and one of the most Honourable Privy Council, you will find him at the Kirk on

Sunday whenever he is in town teaching (perhaps a slave belonging to an estate which he has the management of). Good news you will say is this. I agree it is good, but these things should have been done twenty years ago. The minds of the young would then have been formed and fit
October 1, 1938 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
THE KEYS THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE LEAGUE OF COLOURE VOL. VI., No. 2.

THE KEYS THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE LEAGUE OF COLOURE VOL. VI., No. 2.

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OCTOBER-DECEMBER, 1938.

OCTOBER-DECEMBER, 1938.

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CONTENTS

CONTENTS

Royal Commission t,. t lic N,Ve,t Indies Jamaica Another Commission for West Africa Africans and the Struggle ft,r Peace PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE TRINIDAD- 1938 PERSONALIA . SOME NEEDS OF JAMAICA CORRESPONDENCE NOTICE THIRD ANNUAL SUMMER OUTING FOURTH ANNUAL CHRISTMAS SALE ... io INT
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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
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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
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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
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(d) - My next observations turn upon the question of the conditions of entering the Government Service. English Cadets taken

(d) - My next observations turn upon the question of the conditions of entering the Government Service. English Cadets taken

straight from English Public Schools and the Universities — start the Service with a commencing salary and allowances which tot to about 4(X) pounds per annum, whereas, very recently, a graduate of an English University—an African —was admitted to the service at the very minimum
October 1, 1938 - The Keys - London, London, England