How women can help shift COVID-19 vaccine doubts in Black and Latino communities | States of America

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In this week’s episode, we go over How women can help shift perceptions on COVID-19 vaccine in Black and Latino communities, why the Patriot Movement shouldn’t be ignored in upcoming elections + plugging AZ’s "The Gaggle" podcast, as well as what the first cookbook published by an African American woman can tell us about the 21st century.
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As a Republican I am a conservative but have a little libertarian leanings. I about 80% a Trump supporter. I agree with him most of the time but as I am a person that thinks for himself I don't go along with him just because he is the President. I am not like liberals that think their candidates are Gods and never wrong.