Assistant Professor of Political Science, Morehouse College
Adrienne Jones teaches courses in American politics, race and law. Adrienne serves as the Morehouse College Pre-Law Director.
Adrienne’s research broadly focuses on the history and politics of black Americans and on legal and public policy issues related to the black experience. Her doctoral dissertation, The Voting Rights Act Under Siege: The Development of the Influence of Colorblind Conservatism on the Federal Government and the Voting Rights Act of 1965, is currently being excerpted for journal publication. She is a regular contributor to the Telegraph Herald on issues of race and politics.
Jan 06, 2021 02:02 am UTC| Politics
The balance of power in the U.S. Senate and with it ease or hardship for President-elect Joe Bidens plans for the nation has come down to Tuesdays runoff election for both of Georgias Senate seats. It took place under...