Angelina Jolie Speaks Out for World Refugee Day

Angelina Jolie is seen in a video appeal for World Refugee Day 2010.
NEW YORK (CBS) Angelina Jolie is speaking out on behalf of refugees in a 30-second video for World Refugee Day 2010 this Sunday.

In the video clip, released Wednesday, the actress says that "Having a home, a place we belong, a place we feel safe, is something most of us take for granted."

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"Please remember the millions of people around the world forced from their homes," she continues. "Because the only hope of return is to not be forgotten."

Jolie has traveled to more than 20 countries since becoming a United Nations Goodwill Ambassador in 2001, according to the UN Refugee Agency's website.

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