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Strong Solidarity at Goat.Sheep.Cow.North for International Women’s Day

It’s all about the ladies

All the women of goat.sheep.cow.north.
Erin Perkins is the editor of Eater Carolinas, covering the food and restaurant scene across North and South Carolina.

Today is International Women’s Day, and people around the world plan to "act together for equity, justice, and the human rights of women and all gender-oppressed people, through a one-day demonstration of economic solidarity." The organizers (who were also behind the Women’s March on Washington) have dubbed the demonstration "A Day Without a Woman," and anyone who is interested and able to participate is encouraged to take one or more of the following actions on March 8: Take the day off from both paid and unpaid labor; avoid shopping for the day (with exceptions for businesses that are small and women- and minority-owned); wear red.

Local cheese and wine purveyor goat.sheep.cow.north showed off its solidarity with the cause today on Instagram by posting a photo of the all-female morning staff. GSCN is owned by Trudi Wagner and Patricia Floersheimer, so theirs is an acceptable business to dine at today by the standards of International Women’s Day — and, any day, actually.

Women’s March [Official]
goat.sheep.cow.north [Instagram]