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EDITORIAL.

EDITORIAL.

WE embark on our new volume with the confidence of seven years' work behind us. The League during those seven years has passed through many vicissitudes but despite many handicaps has always steadfastly kept before it the end for which it was founded—the welfare of coloured peop
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not only of its members but of large sections of people in Great Britain and overseas who are at one

not only of its members but of large sections of people in Great Britain and overseas who are at one

with us in our aims. But the primary obligation is of necessity on members of the League. We invite articles, poems, critiques, what you will. Regard us as your confessor. Send us anything you like. If not published it will be treated with the strictest confidence. Only do regar
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ADVERTISEMENT.

ADVERTISEMENT.

Wanted. Pen-friend girl, single, over thirty, coloured. Reply : Miss Muriel Wilson, 48, Wallingford Avenue, North Kensington. SUBSCRIPTIONS, ETC. JANUARY Ist. 1938— JUNE letk, lOW Lid. Dr. Maude koydon, London—Membership subscription and donation ... ... 10 0 Mrs. H. B. Hine, Be
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ACTIVITIES OF THE LEAGUE.

ACTIVITIES OF THE LEAGUE.

The sixth annual service of the League was held at Camberwell Green Congregational Church by kind permission of the minister Rev. David A. Vaughan and of the deacons. The service was well attended and came up to expectations. The preacher was the President of the League. Garland
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July-September, 1938. contro; of the government which the disfranchisement of 1,075,691 out of the 1,138,558 population puts in the hands

July-September, 1938. contro; of the government which the disfranchisement of 1,075,691 out of the 1,138,558 population puts in the hands

of the planters; who have never scrupled to use force in suppressing any signs of discontent. This factor has been very much in evidence during the month of May in Jamaica. On May 2nd the workers on Frome Estate in the parish of Westmorland struck, and without any violence, dema
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ANNOUNCEMENTS.

ANNOUNCEMENTS.

The children's outing will take place on July 13th. We hope to be able to send four coaches to Epsom and one to Bournemouth. We welcome the assistance of members of the League as stewards on this occasion. Tennis Parties will be arranged during the summer at the President's: 164
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FIFTH ANNUAL GARDEN PARTY.

FIFTH ANNUAL GARDEN PARTY.

A glorious afternoon, a delightful garden and a genial host summoned some 80 of our members and their friends to the League of Coloured People's Fifth Annual Garden Party at Hutton, Essex on Saturday, June 25th. Roundwood, covering some ten acres of ground, is easily the most ch
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CONTENTS JULY-SEPTEMBER, 1938.

CONTENTS JULY-SEPTEMBER, 1938.

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July-September, 1938.

July-September, 1938.

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