Black History Month 2023 California Tour Week #1's Wild Success

Capping Off with Tomorrow's Injustice Radio Interview, Phillip E. Walker's @2022 Black History Month Presentations Cali Tour Kicked Off with the First Seven (7) Days of February 2023 Gaining Much Fanfare
 
RANCHO CUCAMONGA, Calif. - Feb. 7, 2023 - PRLog -- Counting down backwards the first week of Black History Month 2023, Johnnie Mae Greene interviews full-time Hollywood talent Phillip E Walker-MFA about his current California Black History Month Tour engagements plus unique upcoming 100 Films Retreat filmmaker offering on her ungradiostation.com Injustice radio show, 7:00pm PST, Tuesday, February 7, 2023. Injustice weekly broadcasts live on Instagram.com/ungradiostation and Twitter.com/ungradiostation.

With her Show in its sixth week, Greene says, "Injustice was birthed out of material in my 'Celebrating Me' book on gang violence and human trafficking". In addition to witnessing PhilE's (stage name) interview tomorrow night, Injustice listeners will also hear from Mercedes Jenkins and David L. Pittman.

Injustice airs on the UNGRadioStation, which six years ago was founded by Boushee Bowie when his Morehouse College employment ended with that HBCU allowing him to take radio equipment as part of his move to Los Angeles. A week after its initial live airing, an edited version of the Feb. 7th Injustice interviews will become available on YouTube under UNGRADIOSTATION INJUSTICE 1-310-707-5408.

Continuing this reverse recap of Walker's glorious first week of Black History Month 2023, today he finalized the 100FilmsRetreat.com webpage. This up-close and intimate industry networking opportunity in Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91739 USA, screens live & in-person one hundred international short films every quarter of every year beginning May 18-21, 2023. To help create history therein, WEA encourages short film or video submissions at https://wfcn.co/festival/100.

Before resting on the Sabbath, Phillip and San Jose State University Professor Emeritus Dr. Ethel Pitts Walker celebrated her 80th birthday, quite the Black History Month milestone.

During First Friday Films Feb. 3rd, Rancho Cucamonga City Councilwoman Kristine Scott presented the 45 year old African American Drama Company with a Certificate of Recognition at the 10th ever Phillip E. Walker Acting Retrospective Series during the night that San Giorgio Winery permanently closed its doors. Another major historical date.

Last Tuesday Phil sealed the deal on Rancho Cucamonga's Victoria Garden's Cove agreement to sponsor and host the upcoming 9th annual Indigenous Film Retreats and 2023 Rancho Cucamonga 48 Hour Film Project short film production shoot.

And finally, to launch Black History Month 2023, on Feb. 1st Mr. Walker's speech at the Regular City Council Meeting resulted in the above mentioned Certificate issuing plus the City's plan to announce at its next bi-weekly Regular City Council Meeting, a formal Resolution displaying the City of Rancho Cucamonga's support for Black History Month 2023.

More Black History Month Cali Tour information at https://StreamingFilmChannel.com/bhm.

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