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THE NEGRO WORKER No. 10/11 October-November 1931 Vol. 1 Editorial Board: George Padmore, 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. Moloinjane (South Africa); Mansey (Congo). CONTENTS War in the East — Editorial. Hands off Liberia! By G. Padmore. Forced Labour under the British Flag. Colonial Masses in Revolt. The Congo Uprising. By O. Huiswood. Negro Workers in Cuba. By C. Alexander. The Anti-imperialist Movement — Resolution Two Worlds — Socialism and Capitalism. By H. Remmele. International News in Brief. Capitalist Terror. Voices from the Colonies — Workers Correspondence. Death of Comrade Macaulay. The Workers Bookshelf — What to Read. ORGAN OF THE INTERNATIONAL TRADE UNION COMMITTEE OF NEGRO WORKERS, 8 ROTHESOODSTR., HAMBURG, GERMANY Price 5 cents Price 2 pence Write for "The Negro Worker" which fights for your class
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