Albino model Joanné Dion has struggled to fit into society as she isn’t always accepted by both black and white communities.
She was born with albinism – a genetic disorder which causes less pigment in the skin and eyes.
Growing up she was bullied and called “Casper” and “talcum powder”.
She’s fought hard to become a model and told BBC Minute: “I’m not normal, and I’m OK with that.”
Video produced by Patrick Clahane and Olivia Le Poidevin.