Resolutions of the National Congress of British West Africa(1920)
Explanation and Analysis of the Document
The NCBWA's resolutions, composed during the interwar years of the colonial period, constituted a vision of the African elite across British West Africa. The document is divided into eight sections, each listing a number of resolutions; the full text contains eighty-three resolutions.
“Legislative (Including Municipal) Reforms and the Granting of the Franchise and Administrative Reforms with Particular Reference to Equal Rights and Opportunities”