Student Historian

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.

Deep Greenwood (Tulsa), Oklahoma (1906- )

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- )