'A Tale of Two Languages' is a story from Estonia, one of 7 cross-border stories by 14 journalists and photographers from Russia, Belarus, Ukraine, Moldova, Lithuania, Estonia and Latvia, 25 years after the collapse of the Soviet Union.
In Estonia, almost 25% of the population is Russian. The two communities are still fairly separate: there are living areas that are considered more Estonian or Russian, kids go to separate schools, and sometimes even buy groceries from separate shops. Can anything bring these two worlds together?
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