Lessons From a Half-Century of Reporting on Race in America — TIME

Charlayne Hunter-Gault, 80, has both made and chronicled history in real time. After becoming the first Black woman to enroll at the University of Georgia in 1961, in the 1970s she was one of the earliest Black women to write for the New York Times—establishing the paper’s Harlem bureau—before becoming NPR’s chief Africa correspondent. Among…

Lessons From a Half-Century of Reporting on Race in America — TIME