Watch Dr. Daniel E. Walker in Action
Dr. Daniel E. Walker Addresses the National Education Association
The Ministry of Martin Luther King Jr.
Dr. Walker reminds us of Dr. King's message, mission, AND ministry.
A Non-Linear Life
Dr. Walker expounds on creative collaboration and risk taking.
Footsteps to Freedom
For the past two decades, Dr. Walker has spent his summers leading educators on week-long study tours using the Underground Railroad to teach respect for diversity, team building, and servant leadership.
The African Spiritual Roots of Gospel Music (Full-Length)
Sponsored by the Guibord Center, Dr. Walker and the Los Angeles Chapter of the Gospel Music Workshop of America take us through a spirited journey linking the music and religions of West Africa with the birth of Gospel music.
The First Amendment
Dr. Walker says that one of the best things he loves about America is the First Amendment. Here's why.
When Roosters Crow
Nominated for Best Short Film at the 2014 San Diego Black Film Festival, the film examines the life of Dr. Danny L. Scarborough an Emmy Award-winning choreographer and inspirational college professor who was one of the first national figures to go public with his battle with AIDS in the late 1980s.
Sol Brothers (Trailer)
The film follows the inspirational journey of a group of inner-city young men during a revolutionary college prep camp. Sol Brothers was created to start a national dialogue about successful college-focused programs for young men of color.
How Sweet the Sound (Full-length)
Executive produced by Dr. Daniel E. Walker, this episode of the Emmy Award-winning KCET docuseries Artbound explores how innovations in Gospel Music, ignited by the late James Cleveland, and a revolution in Black church activism, led to the election of Tom Bradley as the first African American Mayor of Los Angeles, and the recording of Aretha Franklin's seminal Amazing Grace album.
Answer the Call: Black Baccalaureate San Diego State University (Full-Length)
Dr. Walker pays homage to one of the most influential people in his life while compelling the audience to act on behalf of others.
Commencement Address Claremont Graduate University (Full-Length)
Dr. Walker speaks about the need for balance and art in one's life and work.
The Classic "Me and the Watermelon"