Charlayne Hunter-Gault, an award-winning journalist who helped break the color barrier at the University of Georgia after desegregation, will speak on Thursday, Jan. 27 at Georgia State University.

Ms. Hunter-Gault, who served as the bureau chief for CNN in Johannesburg and as National Public Radio‘s chief correspondent in Africa, will discuss her reflection on race and education.

Ms. Hunter-Gault has more than 40 years of journalism experience and has received two Emmy awards, two Georgia Foster Peabody awards, and several awards from Amnesty International for her reporting on human rights.

The lecture, sponsored by the GSU Division of Student Affairs, will begin at 11 a.m. at the Student Center Speakers Auditorium at the corner of Courtland Street and Gilmer Street.

For more information, call 404-413-1680.