Albinism (albus in Latin) means white. But in reality, they are black like their fellow classmates. In the primary school where they study, they suffer from the same conditions of poverty, poor vision and blindness. Unlike other places, where they struggle with stigma, discrimination and ‘othering’, and often worst things like hunting and killing, here they appear to be accepted and integrated, although often they prefer to exclude themselves.
|Photo Location:||Thika, Kenya|
|Camera:||LEICA M (Typ 240)|
|Copyright:||© Eduardo Lopez Moreno|