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Amandla Stenberg

American actress

Amandla Stenberg is ...


Born 23 October 1998 in Los Angeles
Age 24 years, 5 months

Sex or gender non-binary
Country of citizenship United States of America
Occupation actor, film actor and television actor
Awards NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Actress in a Motion Picture and BET YoungStars Award
Twitter username amandlastenberg
Instagram username amandlasponsored and amandlastenberg
Educated at Wildwood School

About Amandla Stenberg

Amandla Stenberg is a force to be reckoned with. Born in Los Angeles in 1998, the actress and activist has been making waves in Hollywood since she was a child. Stenberg first gained national attention for her role as Rue in the blockbuster hit The Hunger Games, but it's her work off-screen that truly sets her apart.

Stenberg has been a vocal advocate for social justice and equality, using her platform to raise awareness about issues like police brutality, cultural appropriation, and LGBTQ+ rights. In 2015, she made headlines with her video "Don't Cash Crop My Cornrows," which called out the fashion industry for appropriating black culture.

But Stenberg's activism is just one part of her story. She's also a talented actress, with a range that belies her young age. In addition to The Hunger Games, she's appeared in films like Everything, Everything and The Hate U Give, which earned her critical acclaim for her portrayal of a young black woman navigating the aftermath of police violence.

Stenberg's star is only on the rise, and it's clear that she's just getting started. As she told Rolling Stone in a 2018 interview, "I want to continue to create art that is meaningful and that has a purpose beyond just entertainment."


- "Amandla Stenberg: The New Activist" by Jamilah Lemieux, Rolling Stone, 2018

- "Amandla Stenberg on 'The Hate U Give,' Code-Switching, and Her Own Activism" by Rebecca Keegan, Vanity Fair, 2018

- "Amandla Stenberg: 'I'm Not Here to Play It Safe'" by Alex Morris, Rolling Stone, 2019

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