Natalie Devora’s memoir "Black Girl, White Skin: A Life in Stories" is about challenges she faced growing up with albinism during the '60s and '70s in East Oakland.
Devora shares her traumatic experiences of physical bullying and being molested by a relative. But her story is filled with a lot of hope that she found through school and the albinism community.
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This interview was produced with help from Precious J. Green.