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Connie celebrates nationality
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UNION JACK
By Connie Mark
Connie was in Jamaica in 1962 when it gained its independence. She remembers how she cried to see the Union Jack go because it was part of her life, her indentity. Now she understands why Scotland and Wales want there independence but she thinks it's important to remember that no matter where you live, or who rules you, they can't take away your sense of nationality.

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Title:
UNION JACK
Contributor:
Connie Mark
Length:
1.48 mins
Date:
28 Aug 1997
Source:
Video Nation UK
Country:
England - London
Location:
London
Categories:
Identity
Memories


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