The Human Rights Case of Persons with Albinism in Uganada
The lives of persons with albinism in Uganda show that "When a group is defined as anything less than human, acts of discrimination become acceptable." Hence prevailing myths that de-humanize persons with albinism has contributed to their suffering, stigmatization and killing. Article highlights the work of Kelly Allen of Beloit College, titled "Oppression Through Omission: The Human Rights Case of Persons with Albinism in Uganda."
Comer, Barry
Albino; Albinism; Uganda.
Conducive Chronicle. Accessed July 28, 2010.