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Meet the midwife helping moms-to-be get affordable care

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Brittany “Tru” Kellman is one of the first black professional midwives in the state of Missouri and the clinical director of Jamaa Birth Village. The 3rd hour of TODAY spotlights how Kellman is empowering her community when it comes to women and health care.