Lisa Dickey

Author, "Bears in the Streets: Three Journeys Across a Changing Russia."

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Author, "Bears in the Streets: Three Journeys Across a Changing Russia."

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Journalist and author Lisa Dickey traveled to Russia over 20 years to document the changes outside Moscow. She found a lot of support for Vladimir Putin, even among gay Russians.

Traveling through Russia's heartland

Journalist and author Lisa Dickey traveled to Russia over 20 years to document the changes outside Moscow. She found a lot of support for Vladimir Putin, even among gay Russians.

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