The Cost of Calling My Mom From Prison

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New York Times, 2/12 – John J. Lennon, a freelance writer and contributing editor for Esquire, wrote an op-ed about the steep price people who are incarcerated pay to communicate with family and loved ones, noting Bianca Tylek’s work with Worth Rises to oppose private companies that seek to profit from incarceration.

By: John J. Lennon

To read the full piece, visit The New York Times.

Photo courtesy of Keith Negley.

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