Extensive profile of Hunter-Gault, with bibliography, written by Carol Sears Botsch. Part of an "African-Americans and South Carolina" feature at the University of South Carolina.
Hunter-Gault interviews Haiti's outgoing President Jean-Bertrand Aristide, December 5, 1995, before the December 17 elections.
Another description of the work of Hunter-Gault from PBS, including a photograph.
Charlayne Hunter-Gault Farewell-- June 13, 1997
In honor of Hunter-Gault's leaving of NewsHour in 1997, PBS posted this tribute to her many awards and to her service to NewsHour. Includes interview in RealAudio, with a text extract.
Charlayne in Africa
Hunter-Gault's reflections on her life in Africa since 1997, written for the University of Georgia magazine, Up Front.
Country of My Skull
Review of the 1999 book by Antjie Krog and Charlayne Hunter-Gault on the work of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission, the South African agency investigating the abuses during apartheid.
Mamphela Ramphele Interview
Charlayne Hunter-Gault interviews (1997) Mamphela Ramphele, vice chancellor of the University of Capetown, a founder with Stephen Biko of the Black Consciousness movement in 1969, and mother of Biko's son.
Mary Frances Berry - Race Relations
Charlayne Hunter-Gault interviews Dr. Mary Frances Berry, October 10, 1996, on issues of the burnings of black churches and the larger racial problem in the U.S.
Tuskegee Experiment and Apology
For NewsHour in 1997, Charlayne Hunter-Gault investigates and reports on teh 1932 federal government program testing the impact of syphilis using black men as subjects but without fully informing them of the experiment's risks and facts. Page includes background on the experiment and RealAudio of the report.