Morgan-Lee Blake, Georgia State University
Morgan-Lee Blake is a third-year student at Georgia State University studying political science. She is a member of the Honors College and has been a four-time Dean’s List recipient and a one-time President’s List recipient over the course of her college career. At Georgia State University, She has developed her research methods and writing skills by working as a research assistant in the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation-funded Humanities Inclusivity Program (HIP) at Georgia State University. Through this program, she has been able to assist Dr. Lakeyta Bonnette-Bailey in her current research, which focuses on the influence of political rap music on racial attitudes and the connection between Hip-Hop culture and social justice. Some of her research interests include the effect of capitalism on democracy, the politics of incarceration, the alt-right pipeline and its real-life influences on American politics. After graduating, she hopes to further her education and pursue a doctoral degree in political science.