Amanda Gay

Amandine Gay is a political author.
Since 2012, she has also been working as a screenwriter and she’s also been contributing as a freelance journalist for
In 2014 she takes on directing with a reportage on the #BoycottExhibitB demonstrations, and that same year, she starts working on her rst documentary, SPEAK UP, a feature-length about francophone black women.
Most recently, Amandine authored the preface of the first French translation of bell hooks’ seminal, Ain’t I A Woman. She is currently living in Montreal, completing her second master’s degree in sociology, focusing on transracial adoption.
She is a director, writer, freelance journalist and speaker. She is regularly asked to speak about afro-feminism, intersectionality and adoption.