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EDITORIAL

EDITORIAL

T has often been said that the third year in the life of any organisation is always the most critical. This has proved to be a truism so far as the League of Coloured Peoples is concerned. In sPite of the fact that in our third year our accomplishments were remarkable, in that y
1 April 1934 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
KEITH L. GORDON Miss CHRISTINE MOODY

KEITH L. GORDON Miss CHRISTINE MOODY

Librarian: Executive 1934-5: Eric Campbell - - - Miss Dorothy Clarke - - E. Cummings-John - - Dennis Degazon - - - Fred Degazon, Barrister-at-Law - Mrs. Barbour James - - Nathan Lawrence - - Miss Sylvia Lowe - - Lewis Mbanefo - - - G. A. Roberts - - - Harry Roberts, 8.A., B.D. -
1 July 1934 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
"The Keys"

"The Keys"

A Quarterly Magazine. The official Organ of the League of Coloured Peoples. Editor : DAVID TUCKER. M.A., Barrister-at-Law. Associate Editor : UNA M. MARSON. Subscription- -2/6 per anuum, post free. All communications to be addressed to : 'THE EDITOR, - 164, Queen's Road, London,
1 July 1934 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
PARTIES-SOCIAL AND DANCE.

PARTIES-SOCIAL AND DANCE.

The Tennis Parties given at Dr. Moody's home on the 9th and 19th of May and 23rd of June were most successful affairs. Never has there been keener interest evinced in tennis and doubtless a tennis tournament in summer will become an annual event of the L.C.P. SOCIAL AT LADY PROC
1 July 1934 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
plied to several hospitals in London and was kept waiting three months without result. We have been able to fix

plied to several hospitals in London and was kept waiting three months without result. We have been able to fix

up both these cases, in common with others, quite satisfactorily, but we certainly feel that the best possible training should be made available, without all this bother, for.all those who are fitted to undergo such training regardless of the colour of their skin. As British cit
1 July 1933 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
The League of Coloured Peoples

The League of Coloured Peoples

OBJECTS To promote and protect the Social, Educational, Economic and Political Interests of its members. To interest members in the Welfare of Coloured Peoples in all parts of the World. To improve relations between the Races. To co-operate and affiliate with organisations sympa
1 October 1935 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
Headquarters: MEMORIAL HALL, FARRINGDON STREET, LONDON.

Headquarters: MEMORIAL HALL, FARRINGDON STREET, LONDON.

President: HAROLD A. MOODY, M.D., B.S. Vice-Presidents : J. A. BARBOUR-JAMES K. A. CHUNCHIE Secretary: P. CECIL LEWIS Miss GLADYS POOL GEO. BROWN, MA., LL.B. Treasurer: Miss CHRISTINE MOODY Librarian: OFFICERS 1935-6. Assistant Secretary: Publicity Secretary : Jamaica British Gu
1 October 1935 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
"The Keys"

"The Keys"

014 014 A Quarterly Magazine. The official Organ of the League of Coloured Peoples. Acting Editor: UNA M. MARSON. Subscription 2/6 per anuum, post free. All communications to be addressed to : "THE EDITOR, - 164, Queen's Road, London, 5.E.15. Contributions invited.
1 October 1933 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
Colowed Children's Outing to Epsom, Friday, July 14th, 1933.

Colowed Children's Outing to Epsom, Friday, July 14th, 1933.

THIS is an example both of the value of and necessity for cooperation between the several branches of the human family. Ever since the most successful Christmas party of last January we have been striving to discover how to give these children a day out in the country and thus e
1 October 1933 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
Indies, are favourably placed for leading the way in the acquirement of an international consciousness. Older nations are so enmeshed

Indies, are favourably placed for leading the way in the acquirement of an international consciousness. Older nations are so enmeshed

in their own traditions, experiences and prejudices, it may well be that we who have forgotten, or are fast forgetting, our own native prejudices, shall outstrip them in the attainment of the outlook which will regard the world as a single place and all men as brothers. lam pers
1 October 1933 - The Keys - London, London, England