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’Independence is not a final destination’ | I am Catalan

Catalonian identity is about more than a yes or no vote. While the north-eastern Spanish region prepares for the potential declaration of independence, many of the 7 million-strong Catalonian population worry that mainstream media are not representing their voice. We went to Catalonia to ask a variety of people about their identity and what independence means for them.

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