Martha Cameron

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Martha Cameron

Martha Cameron is married to Gary Goff.

National Fight Back Conference

Martha Cameron was a New York delegate to the October League's December 1975 "National Fight Back Conference" in Chicago.

Sustainable New York

In 1993 Martha Cameron was a member of Sustainable New York.

Forward Motion


In 1994 Martha Cameron, Phyllis Eckhaus, Tom Goodkind, Gary Goff, Lucy Marx, Eric Odell were members of the editorial collective of Forward Motion, the journal of Freedom Road Socialist Organization.[1]

Forward Motion editor

In 1996 Martha Cameron, Dennis O'Neil were the editors of Forward Motion, the journal of Freedom Road Socialist Organization.[2]

Asian-American Studies

Jane Bai, and Tomio Geron, activists in the struggle for Asian-American Studies at Columbia, contributed to a Martha Cameron article in Freedom Road Socialist Organization's Forward Motion, Spring 1996 issue.

Freedom Road magazine


Freedom Road Socialist Organization's Freedom Road magazine Number 2, Winter 2002 gave special thanks to Cameron Barron, Martha Cameron, Diane Greene Lent, Jon Liss, Bryce Oates, Jen Schradie, Chip Smith.



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."[3]



Martha Cameron is sympathetic to the Freedom Road Socialist Organization.


  1. {Forward Motion 58,Summer 1994]
  2. {Forward Motion Winter 1996/97]
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