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thousand students, male and female, it embraces all kinds of industries, such as Blacksmithing, Brick-masonry, Basket-making, Upholstering, Laundry, Gardening, Farming,

thousand students, male and female, it embraces all kinds of industries, such as Blacksmithing, Brick-masonry, Basket-making, Upholstering, Laundry, Gardening, Farming,

as well as Educational, and Missionary work. All this evolved out of the brain of Booker T. Washington. Born in slavery in 1858 or 1859, under the most miserable conditions, he could not remember having slept in a bed until after his family were declared free by the Emancipation
July 1, 1934 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
itself and the direst consequences ensued and a crop of Ist class social problems emerged for the whites to solve,

itself and the direst consequences ensued and a crop of Ist class social problems emerged for the whites to solve,

they having created them. The catalogue of evils which the Afrikander folly gave rise to is simply unparalled in the social history of any nation. Native wages fell below the subsistence line. Native unemployment and lawlessness grew apace. The illicit liquor traffic thrived. Na
July 1, 1934 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
Britai n Afr• perfo rme d w h en han d ing over the G overnment o f S out

Britai n Afr• perfo rme d w h en han d ing over the G overnment o f S out

h ustoth sh eAfrikand er . It i s th us th a t th e Af r ik an der discharges h_ ica trusteeship tr of the b ac k war d r a c es placed in his care. The tNhatives know by now that they may expect nothing from him in d e e e , 4 wa Y of adequate land, fairly paid labour or educat
July 1, 1934 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
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July 1, 1934 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
We need YOUR help to tackle our problems FILL IN THE FORM TO-DAY

We need YOUR help to tackle our problems FILL IN THE FORM TO-DAY

THE KEYS' is published quarterly. issue—July 1934. We invite our readers to send us communications. These should be addressed to The Editor, at 164. Queen's Road, Peckham, London, 5.E.15. Subscriptions and Donations may be sent to the Treasurer, Mr. K. L. Gordon, also at the abo
July 1, 1934 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
OFFICERS 1935-6.

OFFICERS 1935-6.

President: HAROLD A. MOODY, M.D., B.S. Vice-Presidents : J. A. BARBOUR-JAMES K. A. CHUNCHIE Secretary: P. CECIL LEWIS Miss GLADYS POOL Assistant Secretary: Publicity Secretary:
July 1, 1935 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
Show Stoity.

Show Stoity.

Alpha and Omega. THE dark young man walked on disconsolately through the rainy evening. The street was cold, and wet, and poorly lit; the houses were drab and c 'mY; and he was miserable and lonely, utterly lonely and miserable. Tried. lt had beg un a wee k ago . Hi s f at h er
July 1, 1935 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
RURAL INDlA—continued from page 8. Irrigation facilities are also inadequate, and until they are proved all efforts at effecting agricultural

RURAL INDlA—continued from page 8. Irrigation facilities are also inadequate, and until they are proved all efforts at effecting agricultural

improvements will be fruitless. So uncertain are the rains that our agriculture has bee' called - a gamble in rains.- These and many other causes help to keep rural India poverty. Over them all is the excessive pressure on land. In the last fifty years population has increased b
July 1, 1935 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
tribes in Kenya, being unclaimed wages due to the dependents of many thousands of Africans killed or missing in the

tribes in Kenya, being unclaimed wages due to the dependents of many thousands of Africans killed or missing in the

war of 1914-1918. They think that Africans should have "far more facilities for acquiring land outside their reserves than they have ever had before. - African security in their lands must no longer lie at the mercy of a local legislature in the colony, but must be defended by O
October 1, 1934 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
Miss CHRISTINE MOODY Miss DOROTHY CLARKE

Miss CHRISTINE MOODY Miss DOROTHY CLARKE

rt Arthurs Librarian: Executive 1935-6 : West Africa West Africa British Guiana West Africa West Africa St. Lucia Jamaica Trinidad West Africa West Africa West Africa West Africa E. Cummings-John J. D. K. Gwira Mrs. Barbour James W. B. Van Lare Nathan Lawrence, 8.A.. A.K C W. Ar
January 1, 1936 - The Keys - London, London, England