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Amandla Stenberg: Will not Funds Crop On My Cornrows

Amandla Stenberg: Will not Funds Crop On My Cornrows


The Hunger Game’s sixteen-12 months-old Amandla Stenberg delivers a crash system on black society with a fellow classmate for their background course. about-cultural-appropriation/

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  • Alexander Von Engelberg
    Posted at 11:40h, 17 February

    but when black people dye their hair blonde and straighten them, it's A ok.

  • edward gallanghi
    Posted at 11:40h, 17 February

    She is so cute and have a very beautiful calm voice.

  • Turtl3Man
    Posted at 11:40h, 17 February


  • Desiray 101
    Posted at 11:40h, 17 February

    cultural appropriation is petty

    also i get how black women may have to have straight hair to have a better chance at a job interview, but thats the same with white people using braids and cornrows to look cool and in fashion. We all just want to be accepted by one another.

  • Puglous
    Posted at 11:40h, 17 February

    I cannot believe she has the fucking nerve to criticize white people for taking rap away from its roots and using it to promote stereotypes, when black gangster rappers have been doing that for THREE FUCKING DECADES!

  • Trazan Apansson
    Posted at 11:40h, 17 February

    Dear black people, please stop using cars, computers and universities.

  • Sunday Malual
    Posted at 11:40h, 17 February

    I love playing spot the triggered white person!

  • Isabella Madrid
    Posted at 11:40h, 17 February

    Y'all needa calm the fuck down ahaha it's just hair. Take life so serious, chill!

  • sweet as sugar
    Posted at 11:40h, 17 February

    I hate how some white people are complaining and saying that we are mocking their hair by straitening it, but back in the day white people didnt like black peoples natural hair and they couldnt get jobs cause of that so why all of a sudden is it a problem to white people

  • DefintionOfTrash
    Posted at 11:40h, 17 February

    All of the things she aid was actually so true. Much love for Amandla<3

  • Fangirl 2.0
    Posted at 11:40h, 17 February

    The ignorance of white people in this comment section smh

  • Gregory Marquez
    Posted at 11:40h, 17 February

    Well said, smart young lady. That said using straight hair wigs or hair relaxants should never be used within the female black culture. Yet I see it all the time. Do they also own type of hairstyle? Do what you want, be free!! Segregation and racial decisiveness disguised as Cultural appropriation is message here folks no mater how articulate this young lady is… No disrespect to anyone 🙂

  • Muddles Jamz
    Posted at 11:40h, 17 February

    Do you know how stupid this is, it would be like a white person asking you to stop appropriating their complexion because you have a lighter skin tone ( which means somewhere in our ancestry DNA was a white man or woman who (fell in love and gave birth) you will forever go round in circles with this bullshit.

    Understand that when you have a multicultrual society cross culture merges into one to create a unity ( it's not stealing its embracing) get off your high horse.

    When you make a salad for diner do you think the turkish or the greeks cry your stealing their cultural dish, no get over your frigging self.

  • G U
    Posted at 11:40h, 17 February

    i love u amandla. you are a woke young sister <3

  • Alex xelA
    Posted at 11:40h, 17 February

    You can't wear red lipstick. I consider that highly offensive to my culture, because it was popularized in modern culture by white inventor Maurice Levy and Hollywood actresses and singers beginning in the 1910s. Every woman in my family has worn it at least once. I consider that a big part of my culture, although sometimes people say red doesn't look good on my lips or its on my teeth, etc.I grew up watching movie stars and cartoon characters wear it and consider it a staple of movie stars and Marilyn Monroe. It offends me to see a nice looking person of color wearing it…it makes me so mad, how dare someone else like something I like and express themselves. It amazes me everyday to see so many woman all over the world wear something that has appeared in mass media thousands of times by admirable people like congresswomen, businesswomen, models, actresses and singers. I have no idea why anyone that isn't. white would like red lipstick in this day and age.

  • WraithTheDayZBandit
    Posted at 11:40h, 17 February

    This is the stupidest thing I have ever heard. Everyone's hair requires care and upkeep to remain healthy and clean. If you dont wash your hair your going to be greasy and gross. You are not a special snowflake

  • Daniels videos
    Posted at 11:40h, 17 February

    Cultural appropriation is pretty much defined as "I DONT LIKE WHITE PEOPLE AND I DONT LIKE IT WHEN WHITE PEOPLE LIKE THE THINGS THAT I LIKE!!!!1!!!!"

  • MrEvldreamr
    Posted at 11:40h, 17 February

    black people have it so good, they actually think hair styles are oppressive.

  • ryyiio
    Posted at 11:40h, 17 February

    look at all these gringos in the comments lmao i'm bathing in their tears

  • Compilation Extraordinaire
    Posted at 11:40h, 17 February

    Dreads were not invented by Africans. it was first used by jewish people. so stop culturally appropriating that. also you guys drive cars. what race do you think invented those? so if people who are white shouldn't culturally appropriate black culture then dont do it to white culture you dumb hypocrites.

  • Malcolm Mehaffey
    Posted at 11:40h, 17 February

    Amandla seems to have a European hairstyle at the beginning of the video

  • Jurnee Jones
    Posted at 11:40h, 17 February

    straight hair is not unique to white people lol. It's funny how people act like certain parts of black culture are not trendy or cool. everyone wants to be black but no one wants to actually be black.

  • Maine Curtis
    Posted at 11:40h, 17 February

    If a poc walks into a store or office with corn rows, dreads, or any other hairstyle that originated from black culture and is treated more poorly than a white person who has the same hairstyle doesn't that say more about the person who discrimates between the two? Im just confused why the emphasis is put more on the historically black hairstyle the white person is wearing rather than reprimanding the person who thinks its a trend if a white person wears it and unkempt if a black person does. If anyone can help me understand that would be very helpful.

  • Junee Babiii
    Posted at 11:40h, 17 February

    LMFAO this girl doesn't even have thick 4c hair and she talking about cornrows . Girl get your biracial ass out of here ???

  • Kendallwilson21
    Posted at 11:40h, 17 February

    bitch you guess!!!

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