The Extraordinary Life of Sam Hell: Robert Dugoni


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The Extraordinary Life of Sam Hell: Robert Dugoni

Differences make us the individuals we are whether it’s race, color, profession or economic background. Values are taught to children at a young age and parents when they are vigilant make sure that carry over during their school years and into adulthood. Sam Hill was born with a disability that had nothing to do with his intelligence or what would later be his successes and failures in life. Sam was born with red eyes called ocular albinism. He saw the world through his eyes and what he viewed and the pictures of his surrounding was nowhere near what everyone else saw. But, although Sam knew he was different it was not until he was bullied, felt the wrath of a school principal who would make his life miserable and the discrimination those that are different are subject too, that Sam realized that…

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