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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
01 July 1938 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
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
01 July 1938 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
VOL. VI., No. 1. EDITORIAL Jamaica Gold Coast Ethiopia The League The Keys THE PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE A N NOUNCEM ENTS

VOL. VI., No. 1. EDITORIAL Jamaica Gold Coast Ethiopia The League The Keys THE PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE A N NOUNCEM ENTS

The Children's Outing Tennis Parties The Annual Sale Annual Cricket Match OUR NEW SECRETARY IN .)IA CORRESPON DENCE A MISSIONARY LOOKS AT JAMAICA A BYSSI NIA OR AM II A RALAND REVIEW OF POEMS ... FIFTH ANNUAL GARDEN PARTY Es OF THE LEAGUE Mr. PAUL ROBESON BASIL RODGERS Mr. JACKS
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REVIEW OF POEMS.

REVIEW OF POEMS.

In our issue for the first quarter of this year we published a review of a volume entitled "Poems In All Moods," by Alfred M. Cruickshank, a West Indian, a native of Trinidad. To-day Nye publish a review of the poems of another West Indian, Mr. Calvin S. Lambert, who is also a n
01 July 1938 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
NIGGER LOVER. By DORIS GARLAND ANDERSON.

NIGGER LOVER. By DORIS GARLAND ANDERSON.

Mr. Garland Anderson is a well-known Negro playwright, philosopher and lecturer. He married an Englishwoman, and in this book Mrs. Garland Anderson gives the story of her experiences during a tour of the United States with her husband. This book should help us a little further t
01 April 1938 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
DISTURBANCES IN BARBADOS.

DISTURBANCES IN BARBADOS.

- This meeting protests in the strongest possible terms against the extremely heavy sentence of 10 years passed on Grant after his conviction for sedition in Barbados.-
01 April 1938 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
Hon. Treasurer HUGH W. SPRINGER. B.A. (Oxon) Barbados RUPERT ARTHURS PETER BLACKMAN L. J. CHRISTIAN DAVID HEADLEY W. A. LEWIS

Hon. Treasurer HUGH W. SPRINGER. B.A. (Oxon) Barbados RUPERT ARTHURS PETER BLACKMAN L. J. CHRISTIAN DAVID HEADLEY W. A. LEWIS

(B. Corn.) C. L. PATTERSON C. E. PHILLIPS G. A. ROBERTS JACKSON WINT British Honduras - Barbados - W. Africa British Guiana Saint Lucia Saint Lucia • Trinidad Trinidad Jamaica All communications and enquiries to be addressed to the General Secretary, The League of Coloured Peopl
01 April 1938 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
MR. ORMSBY-GORE IN THE HOUSE OF COMMONS ON 28th FEBRUARY, 1938.

MR. ORMSBY-GORE IN THE HOUSE OF COMMONS ON 28th FEBRUARY, 1938.

If the right hon. Gentleman suggests that because a few South Africans, all of whom I think are British South Africans, are employed by one company in Trinidad, that means that His Majesty's Government in the United Kingdom, responsible for the Colonial Empire, will change their
01 April 1938 - The Keys - London, London, England