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Ran a 5k today in support of U.S. political prisoners. This was the 10th year that this event took place - around the country, and inside prisons where prisoners do a 5k at the same date and time. Solidarity and a workout with a great group of people. ... See MoreSee Less

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Casual runner-friends of Boston, here's a 5K to support political prisoners in the U.S. This Sunday afternoon. I'll be there. ... See MoreSee Less

Running Down the Walls 5K run for Political Prisoners

September 17, 2017, 2:00pm - September 17, 2017, 5:00pm

On Sunday September 17 at 2pm WE are running down the walls in support of Political Prisoners in the united states. Each year in September Jericho Boston does a run with those locked behind the wall. People will be running inside and out all across the country. Money raised in Boston this year will go to Leonard Peltier who is currently recovering from triple bypass surgery at USP Coleman. "Some of us feel the entire united states is one big prison. That we out here are in minimum security because if the police tell you to do something you had better to do it or you will be arrested... like the nurse who refused to draw blood from an unconscious person... or like the people in Watertown who were pulled out of their homes, handcuffed and laid face down on their lawns while the police searched their homes for a suspect. Some of us feel slavery never ended. That the 13th amendments "exception" clause gets realized in the 2.5 million currently imprisoned, with some 5 million on parole or probation and countless others living choked off lives under some form of CORI restrictions." SO INSTEAD OF BUILDING WALLS WE ARE RUNNING THEM DOWN SEPTEMBER 17, 2017 2:00PM JAMAICA POND Sponsored by: Jericho Boston, Black Lives Matter Boston, The City School and Let's Go There Collective.

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"The saving of our world from pending doom will come not from the actions of a conforming majority, but from the creative maladjustment of a dedicated minority."
- Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
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Susan Naimark provides consulting services to grassroots groups, nonprofit organizations, public school parent groups, schools and other public agencies.
My focus is on creating bridges between the different worlds in which I have been deeply involved: public schools, community development organizations, advocacy and organizing groups.
My work helps people develop the skills, relationships, and understanding that enable them to work together to build equitable communities with renewed energy, motivation and hope.


  • training
  • technical assistance
  • supporting leaders, staff, volunteers and constituents


  • community building
  • program development
  • building racial equity
  • cross-cultural collaboration
  • education reform organizing
  • organizational systems to support volunteers and community partnerships
  • participatory decision-making processes