I am a Communication and Political Science double-major with a certificate in international studies.
I began as a Communication major because I wanted a broad program before I narrowed my specific interests. Then, during my first year, I took electives in my areas of interest, including global studies and political science, and found that I liked the field of political science the best. I then added a double major. So, my first piece of advice is to not be afraid to start broad and take some time to try out each of your interests. Changing/adding majors is completely fine, and since all of your interests are in social sciences, it's likely that you won't get too far off track as all of your prereqs for the first couple of years of college will be pretty similar.
From my experience, a lot of social science fields of study overlap in terms of college credits. For example, a required Communication course could count as an elective for my Poli Sci degree, and the stats course I had to take for Poli Sci counts for my Com quantitative requirement. Thus, you might find you're able to double-major or pursue multiple minors in your field, should you find you are passionate about multiple areas and don't want to commit to just one.
At the end of the day, I truly believe that you won't know until you try it, so I encourage you to take coursework or do internships or volunteer work in each of your fields to find your passions!
I hope this helps!