Ra’al Ki Victorieux
I’m sure you would not like to be a rabbit in a human world where your legs are cut for «good luck«. Well, that is what happens to albino persons, boys and girls usually in Africa. Some primitive belief makes them hunted, their limbs are cut, and sometimes they die. That’s why it is so important to make this day, June 13, an International Albinism Awareness Day, we need to respect all human beings, even those who look so white, so ethereal, so magnificent, that we could believe are different. All human beings, all sentient beings, deserve kindness, compassion, and respect.
Every year on June 13, the International Albinism Awareness Day (IAAD) is observed to represent the celebration of the human rights of people with albinism and raise awareness of their health condition. These people often experience a substantial degree of social discrimination, even bullying, linked to their appearance. Albinism is a genetic condition that, due to the scarcity of melanin pigmentation in the skin, hair, or eyes, the person is almost snow shite. It also causes vulnerability to sunlight.
The movie Powder, from 1995, is an American science fiction fantasy film, about Jeremy «Powder» Reed, a very intelligent boy, who also has telepathy and paranormal powers, like controlling lighting and magnetism. Society is unjust and cruel to him, so in search of relief, he commits suicide. Powder is a science fiction fantasy film, but is everybody’s true story in some way. It is a powerful, passionate, and inspirational message.
As I said at the beginning of this article, lots of social groups still act worst than animals and create mobs that harras the different ones, and act disorderly with the intent of causing trouble or violence. That has to change. This day, that movie, search to raise hope that humanity will advance soon to a state of better understanding.
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