Being black in a white skin: students with albinism battle prejudice

People with albinism often isolate themselves to avoid discrimination. Shutterstock by Eleanor Ross Myths and stereotypes about albinism abound. People with the condition are called derogatory names, like inkawu – the Nguni term for white baboon – and isishawa, a Zulu word for a person who is cursed. They are stared at, and must field ignorant […]

via Being black in a white skin: students with albinism battle prejudice — Moorbey’z Blog

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