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  • Writer's pictureKathleen Burnard

Bake the Vote!

The store is open!

Head over to the store to place an order for pie! Sadly, due to shipping and safety constraints, I’m not going to be able to ship them (freezing pies solid and dealing with dry ice and safety and shipping cost was beyond my current capacity, I’m so sorry), but if you’re out of town you can still donate.

The purpose of the overall sale is to donate to organizations that are ensuring a fair election, preserving everyone's right to vote and creating pathways for true equality. All proceeds that I receive will go to the Native American Voting Rights Coalition.“The Native American Voting Rights Coalition is a non-partisan alliance of national and grassroots organizations, scholars, and activists advocating for equal access for Native Americans to the political process. The Native American Rights Fund founded the coalition in 2015 to facilitate collaboration among Coalition members and to coordinate efforts at overcoming the many barriers Native Americans face in registering to vote, casting their ballot, and having an equal voice in elections.” In 2020, the global pandemic has magnified already existing issues and added some new ones to the list, especially the addition of safety that should be provided with voting-by-mail. Click here for a broad lookat how voting and census obstacles disproportionately affect the Native American and Alaskan Native communities.

As for the pies, I’ll be focusing on classic American fall flavor favorites- s’mores, pumpkin, mixed berry, and Boston Cream (yes, mini versions of the Boston Cream Pie Pie). There are descriptions of each along with some very appetizing photos, if I do say so myself, over in the Online Store tab. I’m looking forward to baking you some pies!

And please, I am literally begging you, please VOTE! And encourage your friends, family, and total strangers to vote as well. We need it.

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