Archive for “Alicia Rasin”
Style Weekly gives the cover to Alicia Rasin this week.
The RTD interviews Alicia Rasin, founder of Citizens Against Crime.
AP writer Kristen Geineau recently penned a piece on Alicia Rasin that ran in papers across North America, including Canada’s CANOE, the Santa Fe New Mexican, and the San Francisco Gate. more than 20 years, she has voluntarily rushed to homicide scenes throughout Richmond to comfort the grieving. It’s a monstrous task; except for the […]
Today’s RTD talks to Alicia Rasin, who for more or more than 20 years has worked to comfort families impacted by homicide, fire, suicide and domestic abuse. The founder of Citizens Against Crime who has helped so many others “finds herself wrapped in a shrug of sorrow she can’t shake” since the October 2006 death […]
The Dec.28-30 issue of the print-only Richmond Free Press has an update on Alicia Rasin (founder of Citizens Against Crime) two weeks after undergoing life-saving heart surgery.
Malachi Albert Rasin, 86, Richmond’s first black health inspector, father to Citizens Against Crime founder Alicia Rasin, and resident of Princess Anne Avenue, died Saturday of natural causes. (obituary) [via]
Alicia Rasin, founder of Citizens Against Crime, said a community group will hold a vigil for murdered and alleged drug dealer Dorez Eric Gail in the 1400 block of North 22nd Street tonight at 6pm. [via]
Just a block a way from last weeks shooting, Dorez Eric Gail was shot to death in the 1400 block of 22nd Street at around 3pm yesterday. Police are looking for the gunman and witnesses. [via]
April Marie Walker, a 45-year-old transvestite who lived in the 2000 block North 29th Street, was found shot this morning in the doorway of his apartment in the Creighton Court public housing.
Citizens Against Crime held a public prayer vigil Friday afternoon at the intersection of P and 21st Streets for slain handyman Billy Graham.