As a child there was an albino in my school named John. We were scared of him because of the way his head would keep swaying from side to side at a slightly fast pace, we avoided coming close to him like a plague and even let John have a row all to himself in class. Our teachers didn't do anything to help either as they showed how they felt about John by not giving him the same attention they gave to everyone else.
One day it was after school hours and my Mum didn't come to pick me up immediately. While I ran up & down seeking adventure I saw John sitting alone on a swing and humming to himself, I became curious and took a walk in his direction, glanced at him for a moment as I walked past, just then he asked "wanna play?". It was the first time he had ever said anything to me. After a while I retorted with "yea sure", I wasn't too sure how it would turn out but something in me asked "why not?".
We got playing soccer and talking while waiting for our parent to come by. John was great company and I soon felt relaxed around him. My Mum came first, and I had to introduce my new friend, so I walked up to my Mom and said, "good afternoon Mum, meet my friend John". She was cool with John and told me my friend was well-mannered on our way home. I was no longer scared of being around him, sharing my things with him and gradually our classmates became more receptive to him. I moved over to his seat in class and we became good friends.
John was an albino but more importantly he was another child just like me, who needed to be loved and cared for by society not stigmatized.
Stop the discrimination against albinos, remember albinism is a genetic disorder and no one chooses to be that way. Show them love and care for them because "Albinos are human too!".
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