Darhian Mills is a first year undergraduate student at the University of Washington in Seattle, majoring in Communications with a minor in Spanish. After running track for three years, Darhian is now a hurdler on the UW Track & Field team. Once she completes her degree she hopes to continue on with her track career while also entering into the field of Public Relations.
The largest number of African American townships after the Civil War were located in Oklahoma. The state was promoted as a ‘safe haven’ for Blacks by both local and national leaders. As a result, between 1865 and 1920, dozens of townships and settlements were founded … Read MoreDeep Greenwood (Tulsa), Oklahoma (1906- )