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What it’s like to be Russian in the U.S. right now


Moysey Zhuravel, nicknamed Misha, left, poses for a portrait with colleague Gregory Bevsky, nicknamed Grisha, at the Sudbrook Car Care Center in Pikesville, Maryland, July 3, 2017. Misha came to the U.S. from Belarus in 1990 and says that he has been in the car repair industry most of the time since then. Grisha immigrated from Ukraine in 2003. (Photograph by Allison Shelley)
“MISHA AND GRISHA ARE WAITING FOR YOU!” reads the ad in the local Russian paper. And indeed they are—a pair of Soviet-born, Russian-speaking auto mechanics with either the good fortune or the awful luck to be living and …read more

Source: Macleans

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