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Vice-President: OFOE AMEGATCHER, M.A., M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. West Africa

Vice-President: OFOE AMEGATCHER, M.A., M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. West Africa

Secretary: STEPHEN THOMAS, Barrister-at-Law - Asst. Secretary : Miss UNA M. MARSON Publicity Secretary: J. T. SACKEYFIO, Barrister-at-Law - Treasurer: West Africa Jamaica West Africa St. Lucia England
1 April 1934 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
Sylvia Lowe Taylo7 Darbyshire j

Sylvia Lowe Taylo7 Darbyshire j

1 October 1933 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
In India, Malaya and Java, co-operative Societies had not confined themselves to economic matters. They bound themselves together for various

In India, Malaya and Java, co-operative Societies had not confined themselves to economic matters. They bound themselves together for various

purposes, and the sanction for the breach was often a fine. They could leave the society after they paid the fine, but they seldom broke away from the Society. _ Better educational facilities were needed to enable the African to develop fully, and to embrace the co-operative mov
1 July 1933 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
The first two lines of development are honest in so far as they are in keeping with the traditional English

The first two lines of development are honest in so far as they are in keeping with the traditional English

temperament. English has no equivalent of the word bouleversement and so in British West Africa the Pundits of Colonial Policy have negated a Revolution—the substitution of one system of legality for another. The policy is the triumph of experience over hope. - Here then, we hav
1 July 1933 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
Africa and Africans. He felt that the Negro had not yet been fully emancipated and he was still unjustly handicapped

Africa and Africans. He felt that the Negro had not yet been fully emancipated and he was still unjustly handicapped

although he had done so much in spite of his difficulties. He felt that the destiny of the Coloured Races would be for some time yet in the hands of the dominant race but he wanted to assure them that the Negro of to-day, unlike his forefathers, was insistent on being justly tre
1 July 1933 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
that a very lively discussion followed his address. A vote of thanks was moved by Mr. Thomas, the Secretary, and

that a very lively discussion followed his address. A vote of thanks was moved by Mr. Thomas, the Secretary, and

seconded by Mr. T. A. M. Grant of Jamaica. Mr. A. A. Ward, of the Negro Welfare Association, suggested that a resolution should be passed by the meeting protesting against the sentence on the Scottsboro boys and recent lynchings of Negroes in America. This Resolution was put for
1 January 1934 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
COLOURED NURSES. NO BAR-BUT NO JOBS IN THE WARDS.

COLOURED NURSES. NO BAR-BUT NO JOBS IN THE WARDS.

The Hospitals Policy. .. Inqui From a Special Correspondent. sußport the allegation made by Miss Una Marson that there is a subtle prej ud ice against th e emp l oyment o f co l oure d g i r l s as nurses i n L on d on hospi tals. monwealth Marson, a coloured delegate from the W
1 July 1934 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
The N.A.A.C.P.

The N.A.A.C.P.

TWENTY-FIFTH ANNIVERSARY. An ie . iniNational Association for the Advancement of Coloured Peoples in terestin celebrating its 25th Anniversary from June 27th to !lily Ist, and induring ? ii organisation releases of the work accomplished by this progressive gratulaties It etahPea
1 July 1934 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
Three results emerge from our work in Cardiff:— (1) Many of those men who in April of this year were

Three results emerge from our work in Cardiff:— (1) Many of those men who in April of this year were

classified as aliens now had their British nationality restored to them. (2) Several men who had for varying periods of years been without employment were now replaced in industry. (3) A strong and vigorous branch of the League of Coloured Peoples was formed on April 25th of thi
1 October 1935 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
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1 July 1935 - The Keys - London, London, England