Human Geography: People, Places and Change (1996)

Run Time - 30 min.  |   Countries - United States   |  
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This ten-part BBC series examines why people around the world often respond so differently to specific places, economic issues, and cultural realities. During this episode, viewers meet Jatinder Verma, a man born in East Africa of Indian heritage, who's been living in England since he was 14. Verma reflects on the conflicting loyalties he feels toward Africa, India, and England as he's shown visiting India. Like others who migrate to new countries during their lives, Verma still struggles with identity issues.