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Mursi woman nursing her albino child. (the background in this link is pretty fascinating, also)

Since 2007, 53 children and adults with albinism have been slaughtered and many others have been left to die, with arms and legs cut off by people who believe that potions and charms made from the body parts of people with albinism can be used to ensure wealth and good fortune.

Lipombo’, the custom of skull elongation, which was a status symbol among the Mangbetu ruling classes at the beginning of the century , evolved into a common ideal of beauty among the peoples of the northeastern Congo.

albinos africanos - Buscar con Google

Africa | Woodabe from Chad | © Marie-Laure de Decker.

Africa | Haratin woman. Ouargla, Southern Algeria | Vintage postcard; post stamped 1965.

Albinismo (35)Bambino

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Africa | Mother with her baby. | Scanned postcard; published by IRIS