History of Russias most strict and dangerous years
Living Inside Challenges
Living in Russia was challenging yet difficult do to the way we, as Turks got treated. The reason it was difficult is because jobs were not offered to Turks. Not having jobs had put us being highly poor, working at farms and fields, making our own food for living. Turks were being discriminated by their ethnicity and religion. Passports were not given to Turks because the government did not want us, Turks, to be there in their country. Lastly, their most affective influence they did, was putting yellow stickers on vehicles of Turks to identify easily that they were considered Turks.
Difficulities In Classrooms.
Talking about education, the teachers did not treat every student equally, they discriminated Turks because they did not want them in their schools. Seeing Turks being successful in their work, teachers would find reasons to flunk them from achieving their goals. Teachers would slam rulers in the desk because they were getting annoyed the presence of Turks in their classrooms. Teachers would make Turks stay after school to clean their classrooms.