Jean Mcguire, 91, Civil Right Leader Expected To Survive Boston Park Stabbing

Jean McGuire, a civil rights leader. She expects to survive after being stabbed multiple times in a Boston park earlier this week.

McGuire, 91, is in stable condition Wednesday, just a day after what authorities describe as a random attack at around 8:30 p.m. According to CBS Boston, the incident occurred Tuesday in Franklin Park.

The first African-American woman elected to the Boston School Committee, McGuire suffered “non-life threatening” injuries in the incident. According to the police.

She was stabbed after parking her car and walking her dog in the park.
Bailey, McGuire’s dog, aided in the fight against the assailant. According to her sister, Jeriline Brady-McGinnis.

“I’m glad she’s such a strong woman because she’s such a physical person.” who takes excellent care of herself.” There is no one nicer in the world. She is a woman who would go to any length for anyone. This woman doesn’t see colour. She sees people, and for something like this to happen to her,” Brady-McGinnis said.

“She has a long history and is well-known not only in Massachusetts but elsewhere.” “Hundreds and hundreds of people adore Jean.”

Although McGuire, the longest-serving director of METCO’s desegregation program, has spent decades walking in the area, her sister said she “won’t be walking alone again.”

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