From businesses to workers, inflation is taking its toll on Black communities

The Grio | January 30, 2022

Black business owners feel they are experiencing the brunt of high inflation rates, but experts point to the 1980s as an indication that the worst has yet to come for the Black community as a whole.

Khari Parker, co-founder of Connie’s Chicken and Waffles in Baltimore, told theGrio there is a heightened pressure for Black-owned businesses to weather the rise of inflation without signaling to customers that there are challenges. 

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