It’s known that Indigenous Negroes are like crabs in a barrel, with us pulling each other down instead of lifting ourselves up. Our lack of unity has us dead last in the racism race, and our sabotaging of each other’s successes ensure we stay that way. It’s an endless cycle that we can’t seem to pull ourselves out of. Why do we insist on pulling each other down? Is the-crabs-in-a-barrel mentality we have unbreakable? Join hosts Anthony Colquitt and Audrey Freeman-Stevens as they discuss in-depth. 563-999-3442 is the call-in number to the show. Press 1 to join the conversation. Tune in and let’s have a discussion.
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