Pound cakes for the people: Meet Chef Cassandra who raised over $2k in a few days selling sweets

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Chef Cassandra wanted to evoke change, and do it for a worthy cause: Ark Republic. So she joined the #BakersAgainstRacism campaign to raise over $2k by selling her grandmother’s famous Georgia pound cakes. Now the orders cannot stop coming in.

Chef Cassandra and Ark Republic’s founder, Kaia Shivers, talk about the Bakers Against Racism campaign, food, southern food and what it’s like to be a Black woman entrepreneur and under-funded. We go there.

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