Last week at L.A. Trade Tech, 7-year-old Harmony Love Bailey got a chance to do an interview with the BLOOM PROJECT spokesperson, actor Larenz Tate, to discuss his involvement in the new initiative and his thoughts on the current state of young black males.
BLOOM, which stands for Building a Lifetime of Opportunities and Options for Men, is a bold new initiative of CCF.
The initiative seeks to contribute to a minimum 10% reduction in prison incarceration among 14-18 year old Black males in Los Angeles who have been involved in the county probation through improved educational and employment opportunities.
Watch the interview below:
Side note: Harmony Love Bailey is a 7-year-old entertainment reporter, who was the first client to be signed to Norwood Talent Agency Corp, which is owned and operated by R&B singer Brandy and Ray J’s parents, Sonja and Willie Norword.
Bailey has interviewed over 140 celebrities, including one of the last interviews with Teena Marie.