Negro Americans have a reputation for pulling each other down when someone is striving for success. It’s a practice that’s commonly known as the “crab mentality syndrome.” Crabs stuck in a barrel have a tendency to pull down other crabs trying to make it out. While the term is associated with Indigenous Negroes, we’re not the only ones stuck in this mentality. In fact, you’ll find most groups of people that are stuck around each other practice the crab mentality syndrome. How serious of a problem is the crab mentality syndrome? Join host Lavonne Colquitt as she discusses. 563-999-3442 is the call-in number to the show. Press 1 to join the conversation. Tune in and lets have a discussion.
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