Amandla stenberg

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julia roberts shouldn’t have to justify why she had hairy armpits in 1999

Isn’t that the point of the body hair positivity movement?
Shannon Peter
11.6.18
News

amandla stenberg reveals her first lesbian crushes to king princess

The teen actor/activist has officially come out as gay in an illuminating interview.
Hannah Ongley
6.19.18
Music

the long-awaited second music video from king princess is here

Edited by Amandla Stenberg no less.
Frankie Dunn
5.16.18
News

amandla stenberg says she uses a flip phone for the sake of her mental health

The actor also spoke to Janelle Monae about black girl magic and where she was during the election last year.
Alim Kheraj
8.15.17
Music

the soundtrack to your weekend ft. amandla stenberg, mount kimbie and swet shop boys

Press play on the new releases we've had on repeat this week.
Frankie Dunn and Matthew Whitehouse
5.12.17
Music

watch amandla stenberg's hypnotising r&b mac demarco cover

The Pepperoni Playboy's 'Let My Baby Stay' never sounded (nor looked) like this.
i-D Staff
5.12.17
Music

watch a new three-track blood orange video featuring amandla stenberg

Dev joins the actress for a violin-cello duet in his new concept clip.
Wendy Syfret
3.27.17
News

amandla stenberg just signed her first modelling contract

As if the power teen wasn't busy enough.
Wendy Syfret
10.28.16
News

amandla stenberg, barbie ferreira and jaden smith are among the most influential teens of 2016

Warning: This list may make you feel like a bit of an underachiever.
Wendy Syfret
10.20.16
Film

amandla stenberg’s new film could make her a superstar

The actress will play a central character in the Darkest Minds trilogy screen adaption.
Wendy Syfret
9.27.16
News

watch amandla stenberg in the trailer for her new 90s coming-of-age movie

As You Are is directed by 23-year-old Miles Joris-Peyrafitte and co-stars Charlie Heaton from Stranger Things.
Alice Newell-Hanson
9.22.16
News

​art hoe collective's amandla stenberg and mars on art and black femme identity

The inspirational women discuss the Art Hoe movement with Brooklyn-based artist Lorna Simpson.
Lula Ososki
7.22.16
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