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CHARLES E. COLLET

CHARLES E. COLLET

01 April 1938 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
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The Official Organ
01 January 1935 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
not s o inherently inferior as to preclude them from sharing in the intellectual heritage of Europe—one could point to

not s o inherently inferior as to preclude them from sharing in the intellectual heritage of Europe—one could point to

Aggrey (and °t ilers) who had measured himself with the picked students of a y k reat American university and gained the esteem of his professors. rid if others questioned whether the African can ever become a _ r eal Christian, whether his Christianity can ever be more than a v
01 January 1935 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
Some Further Notes on Tuskegee Institute, Alabama, U.S.A. By REV. ARTHUR E. MASSEY.

Some Further Notes on Tuskegee Institute, Alabama, U.S.A. By REV. ARTHUR E. MASSEY.

lAM quite sure if I were to pay a second visit to Tuskegee I Should requ i re a gu id e to d escr ib e an d exp l ain a ll t h e won d er f u l audition s and improvements which have taken place during the iniervening years. Principal Moton who was elected to the princi- P,alshi
01 January 1935 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
Education for Better

Education for Better

Education _for 'getter Understanding By AN ENGLISHMAN. RACIAL prejudice thrives on nothing so much as ignorance and it is the _ at. insularity o f hi s u pb r i ng i ng th a t h as ma d e t h e E ng li s h man a by- wor d f or ional insolen ce . Th e p ur p ose o f thi s essay i
01 January 1935 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
where nothing is on the level. Here no woman feels obliged to say she wa s attacked if she is

where nothing is on the level. Here no woman feels obliged to say she wa s attacked if she is

caught breaking one or two commandments. ConsequentlY there are no rape charges in this island. And a Cuban is a Cuban for all of that. (From the Demerara Tribune).
01 January 1935 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
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01 October 1933 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
"The lieys" Di;iclose-- THAT the R ev. Warren S. Scott, 8.D., of Pennsylvania. U.S.A., who was, until recently the travelling

"The lieys" Di;iclose-- THAT the R ev. Warren S. Scott, 8.D., of Pennsylvania. U.S.A., who was, until recently the travelling

secretary of the Student Christian Move- Dment of Great Britain and Ireland, wrote on the 14th August last: e r - N .. Dear ~r. moody, I am sailing on Wed nes d ay , A ugust 16th, on the " Olympic' from Southampt thankand the re f ore I am taking this opportunity of saying - far
01 October 1933 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
The Senile Negro. WHY should th e co l oure d man o bj ect to see i ng his

The Senile Negro. WHY should th e co l oure d man o bj ect to see i ng his

African brother in th e ro l e o f a Ri c k s h aw man a t an E m pire Mar , - ket Exhibition in this country? After all it is better for him to do this work than live on charity or perhaps starve. The unemployment problem is so acute in this country for black and white alike th
01 October 1933 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
A questionnaire sent out by the President of the Union at Sheffield University revealed that a process of freezing out

A questionnaire sent out by the President of the Union at Sheffield University revealed that a process of freezing out

in Athletics was going on against the Coloured students. Copies of athletic records should be sent When making application to British Universities in order that the various clubs might get to know in time of the athletic ability of overseas students. Social difficulties were nex
01 July 1933 - The Keys - London, London, England