The Romany Diaspora Faces the Same Divisive and Discriminatory State Policies In Russia as It Did in the Soviet Union by ALAINA LEMON RUSSIAN STEREOTYPES OF ROMA IMAGINE a monolithic “Gypsy culture.” But there is no such thing. Distinct groups of Roma came to Russia at different times; they speak various dialects of Romany, an […]

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