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THE NEGRO WORKER No. 4 April 1932 Vol. 2 Editors are invited to reprint articles and resolutions which appear in the "Negro Worker". Editorial Board: George Padmore (U.S.A.), Editor-in-Chief. Contributing Editors: J. W. Ford, Cyril Briggs, D. B. Amis (U.S.A); O. E. Huiswood (R.I.L.U.); C. Alexander (West Indies); E. Forster Jones, E. F. Small (West Africa); G. Kouyatte (French West Africa); A. Nzula, P. G. Moloinyane (South Africa); Mansey (Congo). Managing Editor: Max Barek (Hamburg). CONTENTS 1. Scottsboro Boys shall not be murdered. - An appeal. 2. War in the East. 3. Child Labour in China. 4. Native Peoples under the Union Jack. By H. I. M. 5. Capitalist Terror in South Africa. By Bransley Ndobe. 6. Negro Misleaders in South Africa. By T. Jackson. 7. Self Determination for the West Indies. 8. Appeal to Negro Seamen and Dockers. 9. Economic Crisis and the Negro Workers. By O. E. Huiswood. 10. Capitalists Gone Cracy. 11. Stop the Scottsboro Murder. By Huiswood. 12. Solidarity Between Black and White Workers. ORGAN OF THE INTERNATIONAL TRADE UNION COMMITTEE OF NEGRO WORKERS, 8 ROTHESOODSTR., HAMBURG, GERMANY Notice to our Readers. All cheques, money orders and registered letters must be made payable to: The International Trade Union Committee of Negro Workers: 8, Rothesoodstrasse, Hamburg.
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