This photo taken Aug. 31, 2012 shows Helen Sekalima holding her infant, Jessica, at the Kabanga Protectorate Center in Kabanga, Tanzania. Of Helen's nine children, three have albinism. All three live ... more 
This photo taken Aug. 31, 2012 shows Helen Sekalima holding her infant, Jessica, at the Kabanga Protectorate Center in Kabanga, Tanzania. Of Helen's nine children, three have albinism. All three live in the center. "The people in the village said that the children are not normal people, that they are like devils," she said. Her husband was attacked protecting their oldest son from attackers, and now has limited mobility in his arm. In danger from witch doctors, Tanzania's albinos hope their government will start to offer more help. (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin) less 
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Associated Press | Photo By Jacquelyn Martin
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