DULUTH, MN. -- A Duluth bakery is getting in the mix when it comes to the fight for racial justice.
3rd Street Bakery is taking part in the nationwide "Bakers Against Racism" initiative.
They are giving the money they raise to a local establishment support social justice and racial equality.
The project began back in June when the business raised almost $1,700 to give to the Clayton Jackson McGhie memorial fund.
Bakers say they have had signs up supporting this movement, but now to take action supporting this cause goes a long way.
"If there is one thing all of us I think should be taking away from the past couple of months is that if we are complacent about the things that are happening in our own communities and in our state and in our country, its never going to get better. We wanted to be apart of trying to push things to be better," said Kirsten Wisniewski, bread baker at 3rd Street Bakery.
The bakery asks to call ahead to make sure they have cakes in stock.