The White Ebony Exhibition

People born with albinism can live normal, healthy and productive lives given the right opportunities – but tragically, far too many suffer isolation, mutilation and even death because of persistent discrimination and ignorance surrounding their condition, which is one of the reasons White Ebony, an exhibition of thought-provoking photographs by social activist photographer Yetunde Ayeni-Babaeko which capture the complexity of life that Persons with Albinism (PWA) face daily was executed in a bid to raise more awareness on the issues stated. The exhibition which opened on the 25th of May is still on until July at Temple Muse, 21 Amodu Tijani, off Sanusi Fafunwa, VI, Lagos. World Albinism Day is on the 13th of June!


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