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CROWN COLONY POLITICS

CROWN COLONY POLITICS

The invaluable worth of the ancient compiler was that he gathered the established laws of the land and transferred them to the comparative eternity of a code. Today we neither believe nor do most of us wish that the present Constitutions of countries should remain inflexible; bu
01 July 1939 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
THE KEYS.

THE KEYS.

01 July 1939 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
It is now more than a year since the disturbances of last May drew the attention of the British Public

It is now more than a year since the disturbances of last May drew the attention of the British Public

to the deplorable condition of these Islands and also extracted from the Secretary of State in Parliament and from the country at large some remarkable confessions and yet the machinery of relief has been so slow that unrest still continues. The League of Coloured Peoples has pr
01 July 1939 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
A United Policy for Coloured Organisations in London.

A United Policy for Coloured Organisations in London.

It is almost impossible for us to ignore the old adage, try, try, etc. In the early part of the quarter Dr. C. B. Clarke, who has always taken a keen though non-partisan interest in the welfare of the many coloured organisations in London wrote to the League of Coloured Peoples
01 July 1939 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
IT IS THE PLACE.

IT IS THE PLACE.

It is the place ! The old trees are gone ; no one can say Where grew the apple or the plum; A pall of smoke conceals the day And drone of engine mocks the hum Of bees that throng within a dream Of garden time—but yet It is the place. It is the place! Here stands the Gate—the Iro
01 July 1939 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
1 VOL. VII., No. 1.

1 VOL. VII., No. 1.

01 July 1939 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
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01 July 1939 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
ACTIVITIES OF THE LEAGUE.

ACTIVITIES OF THE LEAGUE.

Among the most important of the activities for the April—June quarter have been those in connection with the Children's Committees. Since our last issue there has been no further meeting of the Central Committee for the Welfare of Coloured Children in Great Britain, but much hop
01 July 1939 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
sequent re-export, was permitted. Where was the humanity in refusing slave-grown sugar for the continent while wishing British consumers to

sequent re-export, was permitted. Where was the humanity in refusing slave-grown sugar for the continent while wishing British consumers to

use freegrown sugar? Where was the philanthropy in encouraging the Brazilian slave trade while bewailing the fate of the British slaves and emancipating them? The salvation of a few thousand slaves in the British colonies meant the crucifixion of millions in the jungles of Afric
01 July 1939 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
July-September, 1939.

July-September, 1939.

The Indian National congress, in the course of its historic evolution has passed thorough the different stages of a struggle for Independence rather rapidly, and now stands at the phase when it insists on the liberty of the Indian people as a free nation and at the same time off
01 July 1939 - The Keys - London, London, England