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Marinka Masséus’ ‘Under the Same Sun’

“In Tanzania, when you have albinism, you are thought to be evil,” says Masséus [Photo:Marinka Masséus]

Stunning photo series captures Tanzanian children with albinism living through adversity

In Tanzania, being born with albinism means being born into danger, and deeply-rooted superstitions mean those with it must live in constant fear of isolation, poverty and attack.

Which is why Marinka Masséus, a Dutch award-winning photographer, has created a beautiful and thought-provoking photo series – in collaboration with the Josephat Torner Foundation and African Albino Foundation – of Tanzanian people with Albinism.

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