28th September 1943 – 19th May 2013
Shirley Gibb – Memories and Reflections of a Comrade and Friend
Readers of The Point will be saddened to hear of the recent passing of our dear friend and comrade Shirley Gibb. Our thoughts and best wishes are with Shirley’s family and her numerous friends. Shirley was one of the founding members of The Point and also our predecessor, the DGS. Instead of publishing an obituary that would be written by one person, we thought that it would be a nice idea to ask a few of the people who knew Shirley to share their thoughts and memories of this remarkable woman.
Articles by Shirley Gibb in The Point
Is there any Hope for The Left in Scotland? here
There are plenty of campaigns and plenty of left groups fighting them. It seems that identifying a common enemy is one thing but unity of purpose is another. Shirley Gibb asks the question, “Is there hope for the left in Scotland?”
The Olympics: Greed or Glory here
by Shirley Gibb
Community Food Initiatives here
Every Little Helps. Shirley Gibb looks at how people in their communities are challenging the big food industry agenda.