“You have to feed the press or they’ll eat you.”
― Rafael Yglesias

Medium: One Filmmaker’s Goal To End Rape Globally


Afro Punk: Darnell Lamont Walker Talks Animated Feature, “Our Song,” and Finding Happiness


The Root: The Magical, Riveting, Amazing Story of JJ and the Enthralling Power of Art


Blavity: How Darnell Walker Encourages People To Travel By Planning Mystery Trips For Much Less Coins Than You’d Imagine


The Root: How 1 Documentary Sheds Light on Mental Health in the Black Community


Rolling Out: Darnell Walker documents journey to seek asylum from injustice


Ebony: ‘Seeking Asylum’ Addresses Leaving the U.S. Behind


Black Film: Filmmaker Darnell Lamont Walker Talks About Mental Illness With Doc ‘Outside The House’


Daily Beast: Black & No Longer Safe In America


Huffington Post: Black Mental Illness: Coming Out of the House


GQ Magazine: How One Little Company Is Making Backpacking Cheaper—and More Inclusive


AfroPunk: LA-based writer/filmmaker Darnell Lamont Walker recognizes the impact of police brutality on Black youth in new children’s book ‘I Hate That I Have to Tell You’


Cheeky Natives: QnA with Darnell Lamont Walker


Cassius: Dating App F*ck Culture is Ruining My Love Life


NBC 29: Man Donates Pool Passes to Kids in Charlottesville, Albemarle County


CBS19 News: Charlottesville native helps low-income kids get city pool passes


Art With Impact: New Doc ‘OUTSIDE THE HOUSE’ Brings Focus to Mental Illness Within the Black Community


Cville Weekly: To be Black and happy and from Charlottesville is political


WeTravel: Why Spontaneous Travel is the Best Kind of Travel


Watch The Yard: Kappa Alpha Psi Director Combats the Stigma Surrounding Mental Illness in the Black Community with New Documentary


Medium: Children’s Media Writer, Darnell Lamont Walker’s Animated Short Wants All Kids to See Themselves