Illinois Campaign for Prison Phone Justice

To expose phone companies charging exorbitant rates and bring justice to families who have loved ones incarcerated by making affordable the cost of phone calls from jails and prisons in Illinois.


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Miguel Saucedo Interview-Prison Phone Justice
Chicago resident Miguel Saucedo talks about his experience of the excessive phone charges for prison phone calls. His brother has been in prison for two decades and he estimates his family has spent $20,000 on phone calls from his brother.
Kick the Kickbacks
Illinois family members speak about overcharging for prison and jail phone calls.
Gregg Gaither, Former Corrections Staff on Phone Justice
Gregg Gaither talks about his experience working as a corrections staff member in Chicago and the importance of a phone call for incarcerated youth.
Gregg Gaither, The Phone Call is Pivitol
Gregg Gaither, former corrections staff in Chicago, explains why a phone call is so important.
Mary Haywood-Benson, Mother of Incarcerated Son
Mary Haywood-Benson, of Champaign, Illinois, has a son who spent 27 years incarcerated.
Annette Taylor, Mother of Two Sons in Illinois Prisons
Annette Taylor, of Champaign, has two sons incarcerated in Illinois prisons. She works with Ripple Effect, a support network for families with loved ones incarcerated. She talks about the need to reduce prison phone call charges
Miguel Saucedo Has Brother Incarcerated
Miguel Saucedo has spent thousands of dollars calling his brother in prison
Wandjell Harvey-Robinson Grew Up With Parents Incarcerated
Wandjell thanks FCC for their vote.