‘I’m Charlie Walker’ tells story of biggest oil spill  in San Francisco Bay area history

‘I’m Charlie Walker’ tells story of biggest oil spill in San Francisco Bay area history

CHICAGO (TOC) — In 1971, two oil tankers collided underneath the Golden Gate Bridge, creating the biggest oil spill in San Francisco Bay space historical past.

The upcoming movie “I am Charlie Walker”, starring Mike Colter, tells the unimaginable true story of how a Black entrepreneur took on a racist San Francisco firm, and secured one of the vital profitable contracts to wash the shoreline. Utilizing his wits, appeal, and unimaginable willpower, Walker defies the percentages, on this riveting story of triumph.

Safiya Fredericks co-stars as Walker’s spouse, Ann Walker. She tells ABC 7 why it is so essential to revisit this story now.

Dylan Baker, Mark Leslie Ford, Monica Barbaro, Steven Wiig, Emma Caulfield Ford, and Carl Lumbly additionally star within the movie.

“I am Charlie Walker” is accessible in theaters, on demand and digital beginning June tenth.

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