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Baron Jay Littleton Forms ECO-Farming Partnership with Farms By Yuen



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*Baron Jay Littleton, President/Founder of the Baron Jay Foundation and renown entrepreneur/actor/philanthropist/investor/motivational speaker, has launched a new eco-farming venture with veteran farmer and green activist Senn Yuen of Yuen Consulting LLC and his son and fellow eco-farmer Adam SennYuen of Farms by Yuen. Both Senn and Adam have a combined 22 years of farming experience and are based  in Covington, Georgia which is 40 minutes East of downtown Atlanta.

Senn and Adam took time off their daily hectic schedule to answer questions about their new partnership with Baron Jay and address some of the many challenges and opportunities with modern farming.

  1. Why is it important that we or society have more black farmers or farmers of color?

Senn: I’ve been farming for 11 years and I believe it’s important that we must have a balance of farming in all communities rich and poor alike, advantaged and disadvantaged from the most beautiful of lightest color    to the most beautiful darkest color that is my family’s mission for life.

Adam: I am 18 years old I have been farming since I was 7 years old.  I was born in New York City and from there we moved to a small town     in Georgia. I don’t see why it would be important to have more ‘’black’’ farmers in particular. I see more that we, as a society, need to share the knowledge of agriculture to all people, so that all people have a proper understanding of what farming really is and how to get involved.    

  1. When people talk about Black, Brown and lower income communities typically living in a “food deserts” what does that personally mean to you?

Senn: From what I’ve been told from the various communities are that they need access to farm fresh products. Farm-to-table is locally sourced with more abundance and price to fit their budgets in mind. That’s why  my son created Farms by Yuen to farm for those who can’t farm for themselves.

Adam: I feel as if food needs to be abundant to all his people and that there is no aid for these communities that’s why I feel as if there needs to be a change in the economic food chain supply towards all lower income communities. Also, the name of my company is Farms by Yuen and the name ‘’Yuen’’ has very special value to me. It is from my ancestors back in Canton, China and I named it after that to forever honor them in a  way that will make them immensely proud.

  1. What does vertical farming mean and what type of crops and food will you be growing vertically?

Senn: Wow I am glad you asked me that question. Vertical farming is an awesome approach to making drastic changes in the hardest hit communities. Why? Because we can grow specific to any community.    For example, children with special needs like my granddaughter. She has seizures and needs to be on a special plant based diet. We can tailor and grow herbs for his or her specific meal plan and potentially ship anywhere in the world or by drone in authorized communities for use up to a 5 mile radius.

Adam: Vertical farming is the process of growing crops in vertically stacked layers incorporating a cleaner process discarding the use of herbicides and pesticides. Farms by Yuen will be growing anything that can be grew vertically demanded by the communities.

 4. What are the immediate or Phase 1 goals with your company/farm and how will this new partnership with Baron Jay help you enhance those goals?

Senn: Phase 1 Goals: Clear the rest of the land, which is 30 acres, needed to complete Phase 1; cut roads; do 10 tons of crush and run; install solar power; build sheep and goat fencing runs of 5000 feet; build construction building office space of 1500 square ft; build silos for animal feed; install freezers to store produce; install commercial generator system to provide electrical unit of 2000 ft, WIFI Security; install security cameras, build pens for night security Cattle Dogs; install 3000 ft of plumbing 3000 ft; build HVAC Barn and lastly create a chicken “Ayam Cemani” run to accommodate 5000 chicken hen houses which fully completes Phase 1. 

Adam: Baron Jay and Farms by Yuen has incorporated a pilot phase in allocating resources to be of aid to feed communities.

  1. What are your long-term goals with creating an eco-friendly and new age senior living community that has built-in sustainable farming to feed the seniors for free?

Senn: Our long-term goals are to provide an eco-friendly living community environment enough for 10 residents powered by Farms by Yuen & the Baron Jay Foundation with Tesla Solar along with Tesla Semi transportation. He will have well water utilizing Medicaid and Medicare to assist with day to day functionality. Farms by Yuen will supply communities with excess food production for small businesses. We’re striving to be a Farms by Yuen community Food Bank supplying the communities with a consistent access to farm fresh produce.

Adam: Regarding the new senior community, I want the seniors to feel comfortable as can be. We will establish a new procedure on how these seniors need to be taken care of the way. They deserve to be supported and not forgotten about.

Baron Jay Littleton forms eco-farming partnership with Yuen Farms. Pictured: Adam Senn Yuen, Senn Yuen & Baron Jay Littleton. Oct. 2020

Baron Jay Littleton forms eco-farming partnership with Yuen Farms. Pictured: Adam Senn Yuen, Senn Yuen & Baron Jay Littleton. Oct. 2020

  1. What does virtual farming mean and is this a new economic model or revenue stream for farmers in general and especially for your company/farm’s growth?

Senn: Virtual Farming means you want to be there, but you can’t be for whatever the reason is; family, work, business, death, bills, and responsibility. You want so desperately to be there, but you just can’t. You know what it is? Just plain life sometimes. So, you use our virtual farming app designed with consumer protection by Oduwa Blockchain to place your orders tailored to grow to your small business needs.

This is why virtual farming with Farms by Yuen is farming at its best and doesn’t get any better. Yes, I truly believe the way life is today we must learn from the past and understand the man is losing time not gaining so we have come to the realization that we must meet our  fellow man more than halfway for this to work. What does this mean? Farms by Yuen will grow specifically for small businesses and residential customers because you cannot help one without the other as they both benefit each other. It is a custom plan driven to work based upon the actual growth and demand of the community as a whole.

Adam: Virtual farming is farming anything that the customer wants to cultivate without going through the trials and tribulations as an actual farmer would. This new future model will change the way agriculture is perceived to be.

  1. Lastly, are there any myths or misconceptions about farming in general or being a Black or POC farmer that you want to clear up to the media or public?

Senn: Yes, if you are not at least a year ahead of your farm your behind because it takes a year to grow your crops most people do not understand that.

Adam: No, not really, I have not given it much thought.

Baron Jay Littlejohn forms ECO-Farming Partnership with Farms By Yuen

Baron Jay Littleton forms ECO-Farming Partnership with Farms By Yuen

8. Lastly, how do you feel about working with Baron Jay Littleton and your new and sustainable eco-farming and virtual farming partnership?

Senn: He is focused!…He has desire!…He has heart!…He has love for his community and his fellow man. He, Baron Jay, my friend, my family will go far.

Adam: I like working with Baron Jay because of the energy he gives off that he loves helping people. He has become as I would say a mentor to   me by sharing knowledge and tools of education.

Source: Farms By Yuen and The Baron Jay Foundation

Contact Info: [email protected] (800) 765-8030 or @baronjay

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YouTube Announces Top Trending Videos of 2020! – WATCH



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*From living room workouts to virtual graduation ceremonies, this year, people came to YouTube in search of content that made them laugh, reflect, move and much more!

This included videos that reflected their emotions and serious conversations happening around the world – including Dave Chappelle’s 8:46, which came in at #1 on the Top Trending Videos list with over 29 million views.

In the video, Dave shares his thoughts on the tragic passing of George Floyd.

And, when viewers were looking to let loose, they searched the top music videos of 2020, exclusively made up of rap songs this year. Coming in at #1 was Future and Drake with Life is Good, which received over 1 billion views.

See below for the list of YouTube’s top trending videos and top music videos. If there’s an opportunity to post either or both lists, I’d love to work with you! I’d be happy to share additional info, photos and other key assets for inclusion – please let me know your thoughts!

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  1. 8:46 – Dave Chappelle – Netflix is a Joke
  2. Building the Perfect Squirrel Proof Bird Feeder – Mark Rober
  3. First Debate Cold Open – Saturday Night Live
  4. We Broke Up. – jeffrreestar
  5. I Bought The World’s Largest Firework ($600,000) – MrBeast
  6. I’m Coming Out. – NikkieTutorials
  7. Minecraft Speedrunner VS 3 Hunters GRAND FINALE – Dream
  8. Ricky Gervais’ Monologue – 2020 Golden Globes – NBC
  9. Quarantine Stereotypes – Dude Perfect
  10. Some Good News with John Krasinski Ep. 1 – SomeGoodNews


  1. Future – Life Is Good (Official Music Video) ft. Drake
  2. 6IX9INE- GOOBA (Official Music Video)
  3. Lil Baby x 42 Dugg – We Paid (Official Video)
  4. NLE Choppa – Walk Em Down feat. Roddy Ricch (Official Music Video)
  5. Cardi B – WAP feat. Megan Thee Stallion [Official Music Video]
  7. Roddy Ricch – The Box [Official Music Video]
  8. Drake – Laugh Now Cry Later (Official Music Video) ft. Lil Durk
  9. YoungBoy Never Broke Again – Lil Top [Official Music Video]
  10. Lil Baby – The Bigger Picture (Official Music Video)

source: 22PR / Nicole Manigault / [email protected]

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THE REAL: Sheryl Lee Ralph and Big Freedia Stop by to Visit!



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Sheryl Lee Ralph (the real)

*On Tuesday, Dec. 1, co-host Garcelle Beauvais reveals to the ladies of The Real how she spent her birthday/Thanksgiving weekend – in quarantine, due to several crew members on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills set reportedly testing positive for COVID-19. She assures them she herself has tested negative so far and she is thankful she can continue to co-host The Real from home!

Co-host Adrienne Houghton takes issue with the artists who have protested about the recent Grammy Award nominations. She says that disparaging the awards takes away from first-time nominees, such as country star Mickey Guyton, who, Adrienne reveals, was an original member of 3LW!

Sheryl Lee Ralph visits to talk about the 30th Annual “DIVAS Simply Singing!”, the longest consecutive running musical AIDS benefit in the United States. She also discusses how exciting it is to meet the next generation of Moesha fans and that she would be very interested in becoming the next Jeopardy! host.

And Big Freedia stops by to talk about her book, Big Freedia: God Save the Queen Diva!. She shares her thoughts on the progress society has made when it comes to challenging gender norms.

Garcelle Talks Quarantining Over Thanksgiving Due To Reported Positive COVID Tests At The RHOBH Set

Disparaging Awards Shows Ruins It For First-Time Nominees (Like Original 3LW Member Mickey Guyton!)

Sheryl Lee Ralph On The Next Generation Of Moesha Fans, And Her Interest In Hosting Jeopardy!

Big Freedia Talks About The Progress Society Has Made When It Comes To Challenging Gender Norms

Disparaging Awards Shows Ruins It For First-Time Nominees (Like Original 3LW Member Mickey Guyton!)

Adrienne Houghton: This is my thing: I am really proud of being an Emmy Award-winner, and that means something to me. The fact that Oprah has the same award that we have as hosts is mind-blowing and was beyond a dream come true. What happens is, if you are upset, and you didn’t get a nomination, and you go on and you air your feelings, or you say – you can air that you’re sad that you didn’t get nominated. But to say that the award no longer counts or doesn’t matter – my issue with that is that you take away from the moments of people who are having their dream come true this year who have been nominated. People like Halle x Chloe, Chloe x Halle. When I was – I was scrolling Instagram, literally it went like this: Justin Bieber’s post, The Weeknd, and then I saw Chloe x Halle – and they were girls literally in tears, losing their minds because they were Grammy-nominated. Crazy enough, I – when I got my first record deal, when Tommy Mottola signed me to Epic, the original members of my group actually had a girl named Mickey Guyton in it – she was the original member of 3LW, and she is now this incredible country artist that just got nominated as well. Saw this woman in tears – Mickey Guyton, amazing – she’s actually the original member of 3LW! Fun fact, everybody! She’s the one that got the record deal with us!

Loni Love: Wow!

Adrienne: And she is doing some groundbreaking things in country music –

Garcelle Beauvais: I didn’t know that!

Adrienne: – as a African-American woman. So! I would never want to take that moment away from her or other people that are wildly excited about their accomplishment. When you try to say that these things don’t matter, you ruin their moment. And that’s all I’m saying.



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THE REAL is a live daily, one-hour, two-time NAACP Image Award-winning and Emmy®-nominated talk show now in its seventh season on Fox Television Stations and in national syndication (check local listings), with a rebroadcast on cable network Bounce. The bold, diverse and outspoken hosts, Garcelle Beauvais and Emmy® Award-winners Adrienne Houghton, Loni Love and Jeannie Mai, all frankly say what women are actually thinking. Their unique perspectives are brought to life through candid conversations about their personal lives, current events, beauty, fashion and relationships (nothing is off limits). Unlike other talk shows, THE REAL hosts are admittedly a “work in progress,” and fearlessly invite viewers to reflect on their own lives and opinions. Fresh points of view, youthful energy and passion have made THE REAL a platform for multicultural women. Produced by Telepictures Productions and distributed by Warner Bros. Domestic Television Distribution, THE REAL is led by Executive Producer, Rachel Miskowiec (Good Morning America, Katie, The Tyra Banks Show, Judge Hatchett, The Ricki Lake Show) and Co-Executive Producer Tenia Watson (Judge Mathis, Lauren Lake’s Paternity Court, WGN-TV Morning News, Just Keke, The Test) and shot in Los Angeles, California.

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Rosie Perez Recalls ‘Terrifying’ Battle with Coronavirus While Traveling to Bangkok





*Rosie Perez is opening up about her battle with the potentially deadly coronavirus.

In an interview with Uproxx, Perez, 56, revealed that she contracted COVID-19 a year ago while traveling to Bangkok to film her upcoming series, “The Flight Attendant” for HBO Max.

“I had contracted COVID when we flew to Bangkok,” Perez recalled. “And at that time, they were saying ‘It’s a new respiratory tract infection. It’s a virus that’s going around. We don’t really know what it is and what it does, but it attacks the respiratory system first and then travels to other parts of your body.’ “

“It was terrifying,” she continued. “I remember my manager was with me, and I said, ‘Tarik, don’t let me die in Bangkok.’ And he goes, ‘Oh my God, you’re scaring me.’ And the head of the ICU says, ‘You should be scared, sir. This is serious. We’re going to have to put her in a separate room.’ “

Perez goes on to explain that at the time, the virus  “was new. [This] was in December.”

“I remember the doctor saying to me, ‘The mask that you have on, the mask that I have on, every time you go outside, every time you meet someone wear that mask — not just for you, but to protect them too,’ ” she said. “And I haven’t forgotten it.”

READ MORE: Ice-T Says Father-in-Law ‘On Oxygen Indefinitely’ After Battling COVID-19

Perez has since been outspoken about taking safety precautions amid the ongoing pandemic.

“In Brooklyn, there’s a saying, ‘Spread love the Brooklyn way,’ “she shared. “Spreading love the Brooklyn way means respecting your neighbors, respecting your communities and the way you can do that is by getting tested, wearing a mask.”

Elsehwhere in the interview, Perez talks about her ongoing fight to avoid being typecast. Here’s what she had to say:

After Do The Right Thing — because that was a predominantly all-black crew — you step out of that and you get into the real Hollywood and you’re like, “Holy crap.” And from day one, I was like, “There’s a lot of racism going on here.” And everyone was telling me to be quiet, specifically the Latino community. And I was like, “No, I’m not going to be quiet. Why aren’t you upset?”

I remember, they took me out for lunch, saying, “Don’t rock the boat. A lot of people worked hard for what we have now.” I said, “What we have now, are you kidding me? There are maybe three or four of us that are doing well, not having stupid roles being thrown at us. No, I’m not satisfied.” It hurt me in the beginning, to be quite honest. It turned a lot of people off because I was holding up a mirror and they didn’t like what they saw. So they just wanted to push me aside. And I just kept fighting for it. When I saw the change – the first one was Raul Julia. He came up to me, and he’s a God, right?

And he said, “F*** them.” I went, “Excuse me, sir?” He said, “F*** them. I didn’t lose my accent. Don’t lose your accent. F*** them. They need to change, not you. I love what you’re doing. I see what you’re doing, keep going.” And I remember, I just fell into tears. He was the first one, the first one.

And then a couple of years later, here’s this hot, young, rising star, Salma Hayek. She came up to me, she goes, “Hello. I always wanted to meet you. You opened the doors for us.” And I went, “Who?” And she said, “You!” It didn’t even dawn on me. I remember just looking at her and she was with Edward Norton and he goes, “Are you okay?” And I shake my head and she goes, “Why? What you do is so amazing. It gave me courage.” And I said, “Wow. I will never forget this moment. Thank you so much.”

I’ve been fighting and I’m still fighting. The fight has changed because I have changed. I do it in a much more mature way, but the fire hasn’t dampened a bit. Things are changing and that’s fantastic. But you know what, there have been ages of this. I’ve seen it before. In the nineties, they got the Latino explosion, and then it went away. You know what I mean? It comes and it goes, but I hope this time it sticks. I really do. The Flight Attendant is fantastic for it, because the level of respect that they offered to everybody on set was immense, with a diverse cast and a diverse crew. This is a good sign, but it’s not enough, to be honest. It’s still not enough. It’s still not equal. I won’t stop fighting until it is. I paid the price, yes, but the ones before me paid even a greater price, and it will continue.

Read her full interview with Uproxx here.

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