Stan Goff

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Stan Goff... is a career veteran of the U.S. Army, a writer, and an activist. Lives in Adrian, Michigan.


  • Studied Literature at University of the State of New York.
  • Went to Saint Charles High School , MO.

DSA comrade


Stan Goff is a Christian pacifist, a “subsistence” socialist, and a member of Huron Valley Democratic Socialists of America.[1] His latest book is Tough Gynes—Violent Women in Film as Honorary Men. Goff was a member of the Freedom Road Socialist Organization in North Carolina until the 2000s, after a brief stint in the Communist Party USA.


Stan Goff/‎Lenawee County Democratic Socialists of America July 13 2019 ·


With Larry Hutchison, John Kottke, Joaquin Ramos, Pat Ulanowicz and Gretchen VanDeven.

Haiti and Cuba Forum

The Carolina Socialist Forum hosted a forum entitled: Haiti and Cuba: Imperialism and Independence in the Caribbean, 21 Feb 96, at 7 pm, in Murray Hall Auditorium. Speakers included Tatia Ash, human rights activist, recently returned from Cuba, and Stan Goff, dissident Special Forces veteran of the military occupation of Haiti in 1994.[2]

North Carolina

In 1998 Stan Goff lived in Raleigh, worked in Chapel Hill.

He was the secretary of the Hosea Hudson Club, Communist Party USA. Sherry Long-Goff was Chair Hosea Hudson Club.[3]

1999 May Day greetings

May Day greeting was included in the Special May Day 1999 Supplement of the Communist Party USA's People's Weekly World. Greeters included Stan Goff, and Sherry Long-Goff.[4]

North Carolina Anti-War Conference

Saturday, November 3 2001, North Carolina Anti-War Conference, UNC - Greensboro. The conference aims to bring together anti-war activists from around the state to educate, learn, share ideas, and lay the groundwork for a statewide anti-war coalition. All are welcome! Featured speakers include Michaelle Browers, Dept. Political Science, WFU; Stan Goff, North Carolina Network for Popular Democracy; Jeff Jones, Dept. History, UNC-G; Deepa Kumar, Dept. Communication, WFU, and Piedmont Triad Anti-War Committee; Rania Masri, media co-chair, al-awda, and Peace Action board member; Sherry Wolf, editorial board, International Socialist Review; James Wood, Dept. History, NC A&T University; and Paul Leubke, Dept. Sociology, UNC-G. [5]

911 "Truther"

Stan Goff, 25-year Army Special Ops veteran, author, Full Spectrum Disorder, was one of 100 "prominent Americans" who signed an October 26 2004 statement[6]circulated by calling on the U.S. Government to investigate 9/11 as a possible "inside job".

...we have assembled 100 notable Americans and 40 family members of those who died to sign this 9/11 Statement, which calls for immediate public attention to unanswered questions that suggest that people within the current administration may indeed have deliberately allowed 9/11 to happen, perhaps as a pretext for war.

Freedom Road magazine


Freedom Road magazine Number 13, Winter 2003 gave special thanks to Stan Goff.

Fayetteville peace rally

The Fayetteville rally for peace was held on March 19th 2005.

Speakers included;

MCs were Bridgette Burge, Peace LEAP (NC; and Bryan Proffitt, North Carolina Peace and Justice Coalition.[7]



Jon Levine is with Bill Fletcher, Jr. and 28 others - Richie Chevat, Francy Caprino, Ellie Gitelman Bagli, Mindy Gershon, Ajamu Dillahunt, Steve Backman, Dennis O'Neil, Martha Cameron, Glen Ford, Stan Goff, Sean Crimmins, Nat Turner Bender, Dave Blalock, James Carey, Larry Hamm, Sally Davidow, Bert Barao, Joe Fine, Bella August, Richard Cammarieri, Jeff Crosby, Sidney Brown, Carol Fine, Charles Bagli, Willa Cofield, Carmen Berkley.

September 14, 2016:

Thanks to Alfreda Coachman Daniels for sharing this 40 year old historic photo from a 1976 anti-busing rally in Boston. Shaun King, from whom Ms. Daniels shared this blast-from-the-past photo, commented "The American flag may represent freedom to you but it meant something else to this man."[8]