BGLUBritish Guiana Labour Union
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In August, 1924, for example, the Negro World boasted of a "Great Labor Mass Meeting" held at Liberty Hall in Port of Spain, organized to welcome Hubert Critchlow, delegated by the BGLU and TWA to present the grievances of West Indian labor to the House of Commons in London.
The American Consul at Georgetown reported that the mobilizing efforts of the BGLU had descended into an "orgy of lawlessness," that the "race question" had been injected into the movement, and that people were referring to the "agitators" as "American Garveyites.