Historian - Speaker - Filmmaker

DR. DANIEL E. WALKER

An award-winning filmmaker, scholar and one of the nation’s most compelling public speaker. 

Dr. Daniel E. Walker is an award-winning filmmaker, scholar and one of the nation’s most compelling public speakers. 

Centered on a search for truth and beauty, his work spans film, television, academia, interracial coalition building, theatre, education, religion, photography, digital archives, exhibitions, and grassroots community organizing.

Dr. Walker is the author of the critically acclaimed book, No More, No More, Slavery and Cultural Resistance in Havana and New Orleans, executive producer of the award-winning television program How Sweet the Sound Gospel in Los Angeles (KCET), founding director of the Long Beach Indie International Film and Entertainment Festival and co-curator of major exhibits at the University of Southern California, the California African American Museum, and the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. 

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Education

Dr. Walker is one of the nation’s leading voices on educational equity, ethnic studies, African American History, and high-quality arts education. He has consulted

Entertainment

Dr. Walker is the founding director of the Long Beach Indie International Film and Entertainment Festival, an award-winning producer of television, film, and theatre

African American History and Culture

Dr. Walker is one of the world’s leading scholars and archivist working to preserve and showcase the history of people of African descent in the Americas, the African American

Critically Acclaimed Books and Films

Award Winning Filmmaker

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