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Baron & Beverly Walker


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Beverly Walker


@ 1BeverlyWalker


Email Contacts:



www.familydeferred. com

Mailing Address:

Baron & Beverly Walker

PO BOX 100495

Milwaukee WI. 53210

Milwaukee 53206 tells the story of those affected by incarceration.

Beverly Walker, Baron Walker, Dennis Walton, Chad Wilson – each of their unique stories illustrate the high toll incarceration has taken on the hearts, souls and daily lives of so many Americans.

To find out more information about the documentary contact:

                              The father's absence is                                            an epidemic affecting                                              every class and sector of

American Society, prevalence and impact within American's urban communities is especially acute.


At present twenty-four million, or 34 percent of America's children live in a household in which

the biological father does not live. M.F.I has

identified six key areas that have the most direct impact on men/fathers being involved, responsible and committed in the lives of their children: driver's license recovery, child support debt reduction, media/public relations, education, men's health

and summit.



For more information or assistance contact: 

Milwaukee Fatherhood Initiative

4828 W. Fond du Lac Ave.

Milwaukee WI 53216

(414) 286-5653

Correctional Center's, Facilities & Institutions

When writing incarcerated people include:

Return Address, Inmate's Name & Inmate Number

Adult Institutions 

1. Chippewa Valley Correctional Treatment Facility - (CVCTF) Minimum

2. Columbia Correctional Institution - (CCI) Maximum

3. Dodge Correctional Institution - (DCI) Maximum

4. Fox Lake Correctional Institution - (FLCI) Medium

5. Green Bay Correctional Institution - (GBCI) Maximum

6. Jackson Correctional Institution - (JCI) Medium

7. Kettle Moraine Correctional Institution - (KMCI)  Medium

8. Milwaukee Secure Detention Facility - (MSDF) Medium

9. New Lisbon Correctional Institution - (NLCI) Medium

10. Oakhill Correctional Institution - (OCI) Minimum

11. Oshkosh Correctional Institution - (OSCI) Medium

12. Prairie du Chien Correctional Institution -  (PDCI) Minimum

13. Racine Correctional Institution - (RCI) Medium

14. Racine Youthful Offender  Correctional Facility - (RYOCF) Medium

15. Redgranite Correctional Institution - (RGCI) Medium

16. Stanley Correctional Institution - (SCI) Medium

17. Sturtevant Transitional Facility - (STF) Minimum

18. Waupun Correctional Institution - (WCI) Maximum

19. Wisconsin Secure Program Facility - (WSPF) Maximum

Wisconsin Correctional Center System

20. Black River Correctional Center - (BRCC) Minimum

21. Drug Abuse Correctional Center - (DACC) Minimum

22. Felmers O. Chaney Correctional Center - (FCCC) Minimum

23. Flambeau Correctional Center - (FCC) Minimum

24. Gordon Correctional Center - (GCC) Minimum

25. John C. Burke Correctional Center - (JBCC) Minimum

26. Kenosha Correctional Center - (KCC) Minimum

27. Marshall E. Sherrer Correctional Center - (MSCC) Minimum

28. McNaughton Correctional Center - (MCC) Minimum

29. Oregon Correctional Center - (OCC) Minimum

30. Sanger B. Powers Correctional Center - (SPCC) Minimum

31. St. Croix Correctional Center - (SCCC) Minimum

32. Thompson Correctional Center - (TCC) Minimum

33. Winnebago Correctional Center - (WCC) Minimum

Wisconsin Women's Correctional System


34. Taycheedah Correctional Institution - (TCI) Maximum

35. Milwaukee Women's Correctional Center - (MWCC) Minimum

36. Robert E. Ellsworth Correctional Center - (REECC) Minimum

Inmate Locator: Find Incarcerated People's


Address Info: Send Money, Mail, and Property

You Can Help in Many Ways: Join, Support and Get Involved with a group and/or organization that aligns with issues that you agree with, want to support or have a passion for!

These organizations are near and dear to us, check them out!

ROC (Restore Our Communities) Wisconsin, A Project of WISDOM:

R.O.C. Wisconsin is an urgent call to our state to:

Restore communities that have been harmed by mass incarceration;

Restore families to wholeness and health;

Restore balance, fiscal discipline and humane priorities to our state’s criminal justice system;

Restore men and women back to the community who do not need to be incarcerated;

Restore people to health through increased treatment alternatives to incarceration, decreased use of solitary confinement, better support for those who return from jail or prison.

WISDOM is a statewide network of faith communities that works to promote the common good by building diverse communities and encouraging broad participation in the democratic process. WISDOM is a grassroots organization, comprised mostly of religious congregations of many denominations, from about 160 congregations, of 19 different religious traditions. Besides criminal justice reform,WISDOM and its local organizations promote Immigrant Rights, Economic Justice, Health Care, Public Transportation, Workforce, Housing, and more.

Get Involved by contacting.


2821 N Vel R. Phillips Ave. Suite 217

Milwaukee WI 53212

(414) 831-2070



Please Join Our Monthly Conference Zoom Call:


Old Law Parole & Compassionate Release Workgroup Conference Call


When: Every 2nd Saturday of Each Month @ 8:30 am


(email www.wisdomforjustice to receive newsletters and information)



The key to ROC Wisconsin is the participation and leadership of formerly-incarcerated people. EXPO members lead the work to reduce Revocations, to promote Ban the Box, to remove barriers to Housing, and to end the overuse of Solitary Confinement.

For more information,

You can contact them directly: expogroupwi

Check out their Facebook page.

follow them on Twitter


Meetings: Join Expo Every 1st Tuesday of each Month at 6:00pm

2821 N Vel R. Phillips Ave. Suite 108

Milwaukee WI 53212

SKY SCHOOLS is dedicated to helping youth & adults deal with their Anger & Stress in Healthy Ways! They are committed to helping ALL with a healthy body, a healthy mind and a healthy lifestyle. They do this by offering youth practical tools and life skills to manage stress and emotions. Their experiential curriculum includes stretching and exercise, targeted breathing techniques, life skills in conflict resolution, and life lessons on human values such as responsibility, respect, friendliness, kindness and cooperation. As students learn how to manage their stress in a healthy way, they exhibit greater confidence and motivation to succeed in school and make healthy choices when faced with life’s challenges. As adults learn these skills they find positive balance and uplift human values. Please join them to learn these life skills:

For more information about SKY SCHOOLS visit:

Check the link below to find out about the next course dates:

Facebook: Sky Schools Milwaukee

To Donate To This Worthy Cause (see below):

SIP - (Supporters of Incarcerated People)

Supporters of Incarcerated People (SIP) is a new project of the ROC Campaign, especially the Old Law Parole and Compassionate Release Work-group. This new effort results from family members and loved ones of people in prison who have a two-part goal: to build a network of mutual support; and to develop a strong voice for them to lift up the issues and injustices that they experience themselves, or through their loved ones.

The SIP Conference Calls:

When: Every 3rd Saturday of each month

Time: 8:30 am

Call-in Number: Call 605-468-8012, pass code 423950# & Zoom 


They will have physical meetings a few times a year, which will be announced on the monthly calls.


Contact the WISDOM office to register and/or for more information.                414-831-2017 - Contact us to receive Zoom info

Unlock The Vote Campaign

A campaign to restore voting rights to people when they return from incarceration.

 WISDOM has launched the “Unlock the Vote” campaign to restore voting

 rights to people when they return from incarceration. Incarcerated people

 never lose the right to vote in states like Vermont and Maine: that should

 be the case here as well! A huge majority of those formerly incarcerated

 are people of color. Why do we want people to vote?

⸰ Voting helps people feel a sense of ownership over their community,

 helping to reduce recidivism.

⸰ People on probation and parole pay taxes and live within our

 communities and therefore should have a say in how those communities operate.

⸰ Voting is part of democracy, and a true democracy includes all of its  people.

Contact the WISDOM office for the schedule of presentations around the state to promote the Unlock the

Vote campaign.


Click here for the Unlock the Vote Fact Sheet

Click here for the Unlock the Vote Petition and help us get signatures

Click here to download an article announcing the launch of the legislation.

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