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6.A41. ..-,' = ' Printing - iWorks : 1 827.824. - I 114 krat INK •S E. 13.

6.A41. ..-,' = ' Printing - iWorks : 1 827.824. - I 114 krat INK •S E. 13.

October 1, 1934 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
Seditious Offences.

Seditious Offences.

PrHE agitation and outcry against the sedition Bills within this country and in the Gold Coast have subsided. The bills have L law. The effort of the delegation from the Gold Coast to get the Colonial Office to prevent the Bill becoming law met with an impertinent rebuff from th
April 1, 1936 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
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CURRENT COMMENT—Continued from page 5. HITLER SPEAKS. "We must leave the whole colonial question to common sense, and explain to the nation that it is madness to go against common sense. But the Versailles Treaty discriminates among the nations and divides them into morally good
April 1, 1936 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
FREEDOM IN NORTHERN RHODESIA.

FREEDOM IN NORTHERN RHODESIA.

Under this title we commented, in a previous issue, on the Government's high-handed action in dealing with the disturbances northern Rhodesia last May. The official report, subsequently Published, provides ample evidence that the situation would never have arisian but for offici
April 1, 1936 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
Current Comment.

Current Comment.

A NEW AFFILIATION. he Our first duty in this issue is the pleasant one of extending a ar ty welcome to the Pacific Movement of the Eastern World, an :portant organisation with its headquarters in the southern states 01 America, which has just affiliated to the League of Coloured
July 1, 1936 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
THE RAPE OF A BLACK EMPIRE.

THE RAPE OF A BLACK EMPIRE.

For fifty years Britain, France and Italy have been a fter Abyssinia. In 1906, 1915 and 1925 they agreed on the terms of the share-out, but were foiled by Abyssinian diplomacy. In Septery ber, 1935, with Abyssinia at their mercy, Britain and France pr° . posed a collective manda
July 1, 1936 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
A CALL TO YOUNG AFRICA.

A CALL TO YOUNG AFRICA.

The Conference's last speaker was Dr. Harold Moody, President of the League of Coloured Peoples, who addressed the session on - The Duty of the Educated African.- Dr. Moody began by saying that what he had to say applied to all Africans , whether they lived in Africa, America, t
July 1, 1936 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
of August. At certain points on the Addis Ababa-Dessie-Massawa road there is always danger of attacks from the Abyssinians. Large

of August. At certain points on the Addis Ababa-Dessie-Massawa road there is always danger of attacks from the Abyssinians. Large

parts of this same road have been washed away in the rains, and at the conclusion of the rainy season it will have to be remade in places. At the end of August a convoy of transport lorries was set upon by bands of Abyssinians, and it is said that about 200 vehicles were burned
January 1, 1938 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
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
July 1, 1938 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
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
July 1, 1938 - The Keys - London, London, England