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U.S. Representative from Maryland (Democrat), 7th Congressional District, January 3, 1987 to February 15, 1996. Resigned February 15, 1996. Member, Banking and Financial Services Committee, General Oversight and Investigations Subcommittee; Committee on Education; Small Business Committee; Ethics Committee; Joint Economic Committee (chair); Congressional Black Caucus (chair, task force on affirmative action); House Democratic Caucus (vice-chair, communications).
Member, City Council, Baltimore City, 1979-86.
Born Frizzell Gray in Baltimore, Maryland, October 24, 1948. Attended Baltimore City public schools; Morgan State University, B.S., 1976; The Johns Hopkins University, M.A., 1984. Assistant professor, Morgan State University. President and Chief Executive Officer, National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), February 20, 1996 to Novemebr 30, 2004. Program director for a radio station. Honorary co-chair, Task Force to end Smoking in Maryland, 1999. Member, Board of Visitors, U.S. Naval Academy, Annapolis; Advisory Board, Schomburg Commission for the Preservation of Black Culture; Senior Advisory Committee, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University; Board of Trustees, The Johns Hopkins University; Board of Regents, Morgan State University, 2001-2007; Meyerhoff National Advisory Board of the University of Maryland; People for the American Way. Member, Gamma Boule Sigma Pi Phi Fraternity; Most Worshipful Prince Hall Masons; Big Brothers and Big Sisters. Married; six sons.
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