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“I feel like we both are always somewhere on a spectrum.”The two met last spring when Stenberg was hired to appear in a Blood Orange music video.
(Tripp was on second camera.) A week later at a party, Tripp was trying to work up the courage to ask her out when she approached him to get his phone number.
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“I don’t think gender even exists.” It’s a sunny day in Los Angeles, and the eighteen-year-old actor Amandla Stenberg is sitting under a flowering tree in the backyard of her rented bungalow in West L.
A., very much living up to her reputation as the wokest teenager alive.
”Here is an abbreviated list of things that have happened since: Oprah Winfrey tapped her to do a Super Soul Session (Oprah’s version of a TED Talk), and Stenberg obliged with a meditation on beauty standards called “My Authenticity Is My Activism.” (Afterward, the self-help author and fellow Soul Session–er Eckhart Tolle told her, “That’s what people need to be hearing right now.”) The same month, a stranger named Beyoncé summoned her to New Orleans—to film scenes for , it turned out, and to tell Stenberg, “When Blue grows up, I want her to be just like you.” (When Beyoncé spoke these words, “I almost immediately shot out of my body and then was looking down at the situation from the sky,” Stenberg says.)—both about interracial relationships, both directed by women of color (Stella Meghie and Amma Asante, respectively).
She graduated from high school last June and was admitted to NYU film school.
Stenberg also learned early how to be a shape-shifter, how to adapt to different worlds and move between them.
For starters, her mother, a former entertainment journalist and beauty editor from L.