Who was Ryan Carson? Advocate stabbing in Brooklyn evokes emotions

Ryan Carson, a passionate advocate for social justice, tragically lost his life on Monday in the streets of Crown Heights, New York. This devastating incident has sparked a wave of emotions across various online platforms.

Those who were acquainted with the 32-year-old Carson attest to his unwavering commitment to improving the community. In a heartfelt tribute, numerous family members and friends gathered at a park in Bedford-Stuyvesant, holding candles to honour his memory.

Law enforcement authorities have reported that Carson, a dedicated advocate within the government sector, was fatally stabbed at approximately 4 a.m., approximately one mile away from Lafayette Avenue and Malcolm X Boulevard.

What was Ryan Carson career? 

According to CBS News, Ryan Carson held the position of campaign manager at the New York Public Interest Research Group. In an interview with The Post, Carson’s roommate Tom Krantz attested to his active engagement in initiatives aimed at enhancing New York City. Carson commenced his tenure at the Pratt Institute in 2010, where, as per Krantz, he demonstrated a strong commitment to activism, particularly focusing on sustainability and environmental policies.

Ryan Carson cause of death: How did he die? 

According to sources, Carson was standing on the street with his girlfriend when an assailant approached and inquired, “What are you gazing at?” Subsequently, the assailant proceeded to stab Carson multiple times in the chest. Tragically, Carson was pronounced deceased at Kings County Hospital.

“He’s really… like the epicenter of an entire community that he created, that he brought together. I don’t think anyone is exaggerating when they say he would give the shirt off his back,” Krantz added.

Ryan Carson obitaury and tribute

“I was absolutely in disbelief,” said New York Assembly Member Emily Gallagher, who knew Carson before becoming a politician. Over the past ten years, Carson has served as a campaign manager for the New York Public Interest Research Group, where he has focused on recycling and solid waste management in his most recent role.

“Trying to deal with the unreclaimed bottles and cans that litter New York streets, but he had been involved with lots of projects with us over the years,” said Blair Horner, executive director of the New York Public Interest Research Group.

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