From the New York Daily News:
McCarrel, who had recently worked with Black Lives Matter, helped organize protests in Ohio after a Missouri cop shot and killed unarmed black teenager Michael Brown in 2014.
He also worked with youth mentorship programs and launched an nonprofit group that gives meals to Ohio’s homeless.
“All everyone needs is love,” he told 614 Columbus in 2014, referring to his work with the Feed the Streets. “That’s a human being. That’s a pulse. We’re feeding everyone, we’re sending the message — today I got you; tomorrow, I could be right there.”
Columbus Alive published an interview with him in late 2014.
A GoFundMe account has been arranged for McCarrel's family.