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amandla

South African a political slogan calling for power to the Black population
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This summer, Amandla stars in Everything, Everything (out May 19) as Maddy, a teen confined to her home by an illness.
Amandla, 17, isn't just awesome in roles such as Rue in the Hunger Games.
When actor Amandla Sternberg called out Kylie Jenner in a school assignment for what she described as appropriation on Jenner's part, her profile rose.
The outcry from Hollywood was abundant and publicly opened the discussion of double standards of beauty and racism within the fashion world, directly leading to actress Amandla Sternberg's groundbreaking presentation "Don't Cash Crop On My Cornrows.
Jackson, Spencer Grammer, Amandla Stenberg, Tim Bagley, Meagan Good
The authors consider fan responses to various aspects of the franchise, including the casting of Amandla Stenberg, an African American actress, as Rue, and philosophical frameworks as they question the merit of The Hunger Games as an example of dystopian literature for adolescents.
The attacks may be blamed on a ocal union -- the Amandla Wethu Workers' Union (AWWU), which said its members have to work long hours in the shops and are underpaid.
Joining the RIO 2 team are Oscar[R] nominee Andy Garcia, Grammy[R] winner Bruno Mars, Emmy[R]/Tony[R] winner Kristin Chenoweth, Oscar[R]/Emmy[R]/Tony[R]/Grammy[R] winner Rita Moreno, "The Hunger Games'" Amandla Stenberg, singer/actress Rachel Crow, "Looper's" Pierce Gagnon, and "Today" news anchor Natalie Morales.
Responsable directo de los mejores discos de la "etapa electrica" de Miles Davis: Tutu (1986) y Amandla (1989); colaborador, entre otros, de Aretha Franklin, Luther Vandross, Bob James, Grover Washington Jr.
The 'Charlie's Angels' star shot a group of budding talents, including Victoria Justice and 'The Hunger Games' co-stars Amandla Stenberg and Isabelle Fuhrman, for the special feature, titled 'Drew's Angels', Contactmusic reported.
The focus of this Dimension, "Stepping up for the Planet," is a joint production of CD and the South African journal, Amandla.
Starring: Zoe Saldana, Amandla Stenberg, Callum Blue, Michael Vartan, Cliff Curtis, Jordi Molla, Lennie James, and Cynthia Addai-Robinson