Contents 1 Education 2 Career 3 See also 4 References 5 External links

Education[edit] Dymally received his secondary education at St. Benedict and Naparima Secondary School located in San Fernando, Trinidad and Tobago.[3] He moved to the United States to study journalism at Lincoln University in Jefferson City, Missouri. After a semester there he moved to the greater Los Angeles area to attend Chapman University, and completed a Bachelor of Arts in education at California State University, Los Angeles in 1954.[3] Dymally became a member of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity in 1949.[4] In 1969, while serving in the California State Legislature, he earned a master's degree in government from California State University, Sacramento. Dymally earned his doctorate in human behavior from United States International University in San Diego (now Alliant International University).[3]

Career[edit] In the tightly contested race for Lt. Governor in 1978, Dymally's bid for re-election was derailed when Michael Franchetti, an aide to State Senator George Deukmejian, floated a false rumor that Dymally was about to be indicted. The story, coming days before the election, harmed the Dymally campaign, and Dymally lost to Republican Mike Curb. Franchetti later said that the source of the rumor was a Los Angeles Times reporter, who called the Justice Department trying to confirm its authenticity. Franchetti could not substantiate the rumor but included it in a report. The report was then passed to Dymally's opponent and later to a television reporter. Then-Attorney General Younger filed a letter of reprimand in Franchetti's personnel records, accusing him of a breach of responsibility.[5] Dymally was an old friend of Peoples Temple founder Jim Jones.[6] When Jones decided to move his congregation to Jonestown, Guyana, Dymally "wrote the Guyanese prime minister to reassure him that Jones was an upstanding citizen."[6] The Jonestown compound would be the site of the mass suicide of over 900 people on November 18, 1978.[6] In the 1990s Dymally served as a paid lobbyist for the country of Mauritania, attempting to present the country as engaged in abolishing every remnant of slavery.[7] Dymally came out of retirement and returned to the California State Assembly in 2002 when Assemblyman Carl Washington was term limited. He served for six years and then tried to return to the State Senate in 2008. However, he was defeated in the Democratic primary for State Senate election by Rod Wright. He died in Los Angeles and is buried at Holy Cross Cemetery in Culver City.[8][9]

See also[edit] List of African-American United States Representatives List of Asian Americans and Pacific Islands Americans in the United States Congress

References[edit] ^ Mervyn Dymally-Join ^ "George L. Brown, 79; First Black to Hold Statewide Office in U.S." Los Angeles Times. 2006-04-05. Retrieved 2008-09-15.  ^ a b c "Black Americans in Congress: Mervyn Malcolm Dymally". Office of the Clerk, U.S. House of Representatives. Archived from the original on 2012-12-11. Retrieved 2012-10-08.  ^ "A Brief History..." The Upsilon of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Incorporated. Retrieved 2012-10-08.  ^ Stewart, Jocelyn Y. (February 22, 2007) "Obituaries: Michael Franchetti, 64; financial advisor to former Gov. Deukmejian." Los Angeles Times. (Retrieved 1-12-09.) ^ a b c Flynn, Daniel (2011-11-17) The Original Kool-Aid Drinkers, The American Conservative ^ Elinor Burkett, "'God Created Me To Be a Slave,'" The New York Times Magazine, October 12, 1997, p. 58. ^ Obituary ^

External links[edit] United States Congress. "Mervyn Dymally (id: D000592)". Biographical Directory of the United States Congress.  Voting record from the Washington Post Appearances on C-SPAN California Assembly Preceded by Montivel Burke Member of the California Assembly from the 53rd district 1963–1967 Succeeded by Bill Greene Preceded by Carl Washington Member of the California Assembly from the 53rd district 2002–2008 Succeeded by Isadore Hall III California Senate Preceded by Vernon Sturgeon Member of the California Senate from the 29th district 1967–1975 Succeeded by Bill Greene Political offices Preceded by John L. Harmer Lieutenant Governor of California 1975–1979 Succeeded by Mike Curb U.S. House of Representatives Preceded by Charles H. Wilson Member of the U.S. House of Representatives from California's 31st congressional district 1981–1993 Succeeded by Matthew G. Martínez Preceded by Mickey Leland Chair of the Congressional Black Caucus 1987–1989 Succeeded by Ron Dellums v t e Lieutenant Governors of California McDougal Broderick* Purdy R. Anderson Walkup Downey Quinn* de la Guerra* Chellis Machin Holden Pacheco Irwin* Johnson Mansfield Daggett Waterman White* Reddick Millard Jeter Neff A. Anderson Porter Wallace Eshleman Stephens Young Fitts Carnahan Merriam Hatfield Patterson Houser Knight Powers G. Anderson Finch Reinecke Harmer Dymally Curb McCarthy Davis Bustamante Garamendi Pasquil* Maldonado Newsom * acting v t e Chairs of the Congressional Black Caucus Diggs Stokes Rangel Burke Mitchell Collins Fauntroy Dixon Leland Dymally Dellums Towns Mfume Payne Waters Clyburn Johnson Cummings Watt Kilpatrick Lee Cleaver Fudge Butterfield Richmond v t e California Democratic Party Chairpersons John McEnery Roosevelt Pelosi Brown Angelides Press Torres Burton Gub./Lt. Gub. Nominees Maguire/Hutchinson (1898) Lane/Dockweiler (1902) Bell/Toland (1906) Bell/Spellacy (1910) Curtin/Snyder (1914) None/Snyder (1918) Woolwine/Shearer (1922) Wardell/Dunbar (1926) Young/Welsh (1930) Sinclair/Downey (1934) Olson/Patterson (1938, 1942) Roosevelt/Shelley (1946) Roosevelt/None (1950) Graves/Roybal (1954) P. Brown/Anderson (1958, 1962, 1966) Unruh/Alquist (1970) J. Brown/Dymally (1974, 1978) Bradley/McCarthy (1982, 1986) Feinstein/McCarthy (1990) K. Brown/Davis (1994) Davis/Bustamante (1998, 2002, 2003) Angelides/Garamendi (2006) J. Brown/Newsom (2010, 2014) Presidential primaries 2000 2004 2008 2016 v t e Jim Jones and the Peoples Temple Timeline I-Hotel Peoples Temple in San Francisco Jonestown Jonestown conspiracy theories People Members Timothy Stoen Larry Layton Deborah Layton Jeannie Mills Congressional entourage Leo Ryan Jackie Speier Tim Reiterman Don Harris Other Father Divine Charles Garry Marshall Kilduff Mark Lane George Moscone Willie Brown Harvey Milk Angela Davis Huey P. Newton John R. Burke Mervyn Dymally Books Journey to Nowhere: A New World Tragedy (1980) Raven (1982) Seductive Poison (1999) A Thousand Lives (2011) The Road To Jonestown (2017) Films and television Documentaries Jonestown: The Life and Death of Peoples Temple (2006) Jonestown: Paradise Lost (2007) Dramatizations Guyana: Crime of the Century (1979) Guyana Tragedy: The Story of Jim Jones (1980) Related articles Cult Awareness Network Drinking the Kool-Aid The Mary Pearl Willis Foundation Evergreen Cemetery WikiSource Wikimedia Commons Authority control WorldCat Identities VIAF: 113339755 LCCN: n84024782 ISNI: 0000 0000 8181 1841 SUDOC: 132159902 BNF: cb12386465r (data) US Congress: D000592 SNAC: w69g5rmh Retrieved from "" Categories: 1926 births2012 deaths20th-century American politicians21st-century American politiciansAfrican-American members of the United States House of RepresentativesAfrican-American state legislators in CaliforniaAmerican male politicians of Indian descentAmerican memoiristsAmerican people of Trinidad and Tobago descentCalifornia DemocratsCalifornia State SenatorsCalifornia State University, Sacramento alumniDemocratic Party members of the United States House of RepresentativesHindavi peopleLieutenant Governors of CaliforniaLincoln University (Missouri) alumniMembers of the California State AssemblyMembers of the United States Congress of Indian descentMembers of the United States House of Representatives from CaliforniaPeople from Siparia Regional CorporationTrinidad and Tobago emigrants to the United StatesUnited States International University alumniHidden categories: Wikipedia articles with VIAF identifiersWikipedia articles with LCCN identifiersWikipedia articles with ISNI identifiersWikipedia articles with BNF identifiersWikipedia articles with SNAC-ID identifiers

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