Timothy James Young is a wrongfully convicted prisoner, an innocent man on Death Row. He was arrested in April of 1999 for a crime that he did not commit and was subsequently sentenced to Death Row in April of 2006. He is now partaking in the Appellate process as a means of proving his innocence and regaining his freedom.
There are two ways to contact Tim:
Emails, funds, images, etc, can be sent electronically at www.jpay.com
Please include your mailing address on all emails so Tim can respond!
Or write Tim by mail:
Tim Young F23374
San Quentin State Prison
San Quentin, CA 94974
The recording of the conversation with jackie sumell, Albert Woodfox, and Timothy James Young as part of the Visualizing Abolition webinar series hosted by Institute of Arts & Social Transformation in now available for view. This episode of the series was hosted in partnership with the Legal Studies department at UC Santa Cruz.
A collection of artwork created by friends and supporters of Tim, is now available on the new page titled The Art of Advocacy. Artwork including the “Root of the Matter” which is being considered for a mural project with the Color Study Group at UC Santa Cruz.
The Institute of the Arts and Sciences at UC Santa Cruz now has a podcast about Solitary Garden w/ Tim Young. Created by Zaarin, a student and intern at the IAS, the podcast features conversations with friends of Tim’s about prison abolition, activism, and friendship. Episode 1, in which Tim talks about the garden, is … Continue reading The Solitary Podcast