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In the second of our Box Set series, we look back at major Yes movement moments that took place just months ago at marches and rallies.

Numbers at events across the country have continually impressed, with thousands taking to the streets and attendees travelling for miles to take part in these colourful, noisy expressions of Scotland's desire for constitutional change.

We might not be able to meet in these numbers now, but after the Covid-19 restrictions lift, the Yes movement is sure to make itself seen and heard on high streets and public squares across the country once again.

Part One: Humza Yousaf's speech at The National #indyref2020 rally

The First Minister, the Wee Ginger Dug, Janey Godley - they were all there when The National held its first ever rally in George Square, Glasgow, in November.

Thousands of you turned out to join in the event, with this speech by the SNP's Humza Yousaf amongst the most talked-about of the day.

LISTEN AT: LISTEN: Humza Yousaf speaks at the #indyref2020 rally

Part Two: Yessers dance for independence in the January rains

The weather wasn't kind to marchers attending this All Under One Banner event in Glasgow in January - but they didn't care, as this footage shows.

The drookit crowds got into the indy spirit by holding an impromptu ceilidh under a bridge, and the day - good natured as usual - held many other smile-inducing moments.

Were you there? Look back here and maybe you'll be able to pick yourself out.

WATCH HERE: Yessers dance in the rain for Glasgow AUOB independence rally

Part three: Thousands on the march in Oban

The Yes movement is active in every part of the country. Thousands of people turned out for this event in Oban in June last year, and The National's photographer Colin Mearns was amongst them to record this must-watch footage of the day.

Maybe you'll be able to spot yourself amongst the Saltire-waving crowds.

LOOK HERE: WATCH: Thousands on the march at AUOB's Oban indy rally

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