Errol Webber moved from Baltimore to Los Angeles in the summer of 2014. He was commissioned by the University of Washington, Tacoma to co-produce an academic documentary, Love & Solidarity. The film chronicles key U.S. Labor Movements, how they shaped resulting labor laws, and their effect on human rights. Endorsed and lauded by elected officials and law enforcement professionals across the country, Webber was commissioned to film the feature documentary, “WALKING WHILE BLACK: L.O.V.E. Is the Answer”. The film explores the 14th Amendment’s provision of equal protection, explores cognitive psychology, and focuses on mental health and meaningful community engagement, bridging the gap between peace officers and the communities they serve. After more than a decade of community engagement and programming through his documentary film work, Award-winning Los Angeles Film Producer, Errol Webber continues to give back to the nation that gave him the invaluable opportunity to succeed by running for Congress in California’s 47th Congressional District.