Who is Kweisi Mfume and what does he stand for?

Kweisi Mfume ( / kwaɪˈiːsi ʊmˈfuːmeɪ / kwy-EE-see uum-FOO-may; born Frizzell Gerald Gray; October 24, 1948) is an American politician who is the U.S. Representative for Maryland’s 7th congressional district, first serving from 1987 to 1996 and again since 2020.

Who was Kweisi Mfume’s stepfather Clifton Gray?

His stepfather, Clifton Gray, was a truck driver, and his mother, Mary Elizabeth Gray, took odd jobs, but the family was often short of cash. Mfume was a good student who was protective of his three younger sisters. When Mfume was eleven, Clifton Gray abandoned the family.

How many children did Kweisi Mfume have in Baltimore?

He fathered five children with several different women during his difficult teenage years. He has since adopted one child as well. In 1978, Mfume was elected to the Baltimore City Council, where he opposed mayor William Donald Schaefer, whom he accused of ignoring the poor neighborhoods of the city.

How many years did Kweisi Mfume serve in prison?

She had served 16 years of a 24-year sentence and was transitioned to home confinement to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

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When did Kweisi Mfume pass the background check bill?

Congressman Kweisi Mfume on Passage of Landmark Background Check Legislation March 11, 2021Press Release

When did Kweisi Mfume step down from the NAACP?

Mfume stepped down from his position at the NAACP in 2004 after an internal investigation of allegations that he had sexually harassed female subordinates. Mfume acknowledged dating an NAACP employee, and in May 2005, he apologized for having had the affair while leading the organization.