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There are estimated to be tens of thousands of people of colour living in Russia - including Russian-born people with mixed heritage and people from African and Caribbean countries who are working or studying in Russia. Here are some of their stories.
Roy Ibonga, economics student, 21 Recently a video of a taxi driver refusing to take a black man in his cab made waves on the internet in Russia. The person left standing russsian the kerb was year-old Roy Ibonga, a Congolese man studying economics at Bryansk State University.
In his video, published on social media, the driver can be heard saying "If I don't like a person, I won't give them a ride. It's my car".
When Roy asks him co "Are you a racist? I'm very sorry that it happened to you," wrote a customer service rep. According to news reports, the driver was dismissed the same day. The company said "rude or racist drivers have no place at Yandex Taxi".
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Roy wrote about the incident on Instagram. Some people expressed support, but others wrote racist insults.
Later Roy closed his. Some social media users criticised Yandex for firing the taxi driver and even called for a boycott.
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I just decided to video it this time to show people. It's the same every time.
It happens to my friends too, but they can't talk about it because they don't speak Russian. The security guard told me, 'You can't come in because last time some African guys came in there was a fight'. What has that got to do with me?
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I asked. But he wouldn't let me in. I even called the manager, but they just told me I wasn't allowed in. There's a big difference between Bryansk and Moscow. Moscow is like a different country. I never felt discrimination there. There's no point being aggressive. People won't understand anyway and they won't change.
I try to ignore it. It just makes you stressed. You start to think, 'Why was I born black? I only encountered racism when I came to Russia in I find it very hurtful.
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You step outside and everyone looks at you as if you're not human. It's really offensive. I couldn't stand up for myself there. I didn't tell my parents about it. My big brother protected me at school.
Sometimes he had to get into fights for me. Both she and her Dominican dad were routinely stared at.
But later, when I started work and needed to rent a flat, I felt the racism again. All the letting said "Slavs only". I had to arrange to meet them in person, so they Walsall swingers times see I was a normal person with a normal job and wouldn't turn their russain into a drug den.
I either ignore them or in the banter, if I can see that it's just teasing. If you get angry every time it'll make you a nervous wreck.
They met in the s, studying in Kyiv, the capital of then-Soviet Ukraine. Isabel's father came over to the Soviet Union on a student exchange programme. Isabel says that when her parents got married, while still studying, the university's reaction was negative. Her mother was harassed and called an "enemy of doo people". The day after giving birth to my brother she had an exam. The university refused to let her postpone it.
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She wasn't allowed to defend her dissertation properly. She always got top marks, but they wouldn't give her anything higher than a third-class degree. Racism shows itself in Russia in attitudes towards people from the former Soviet republics. They are the ones who need to protest, but they are afraid to because a lot of them are here illegally.