Lessons Learned from Growing up in Mugabe’s Socialist Zimbabwe – Melissa Tate

Candace Owens offers another tantalizing interview, this time with Melissa Tate. Ms. Tate grew up in Zimbabwe, experiencing both the prosperous times of a very cosmopolitan African country and then the decline into poverty and socialism under the dictatorship of Robert Mugabe.

 

 

Why are many Black immigrants from Africa politically conservative? If America is a land of systemic racism, why are so many of them thriving today? Melissa Tate, author of Choice Privilege and an immigrant from Zimbabwe, joins Candace this week to discuss. Don’t miss it! Subscribe so you never miss a new episode! 👉 https://www.prageru.com/series/candace/ Get your copy of Melissa Tate’s book, Choice Privilege, here: https://choiceprivilegebook.com/

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