Belarusians try out a new language: their own

After years of being overshadowed by Russia and the Russian language, many Belarusians are now taking an increased interest in their native language to assert their country's identity.

By , Correspondent

Courtesy of Zaryna Kandracjeva for Mova Nanova

Every Monday evening, an airy contemporary art gallery in central Minsk is filled with a language rarely heard on Belarus's streets: Belarusian.