Zeytun Ahmed is a 3rd year student at the University of Washington pursuing a double degree in International Studies and Korean Studies. Because Zeytun was born in a refugee camp in Kenya, she intends to engage with global service learning opportunities and masters research so she may pursue an impactful career that helps fight global poverty and advocates for refugees. Zeytun is most excited to research and contribute to East African history on BlackPast.
Detroit, Michigan, is a large midwestern city founded in 1701 by French settlers. With a population of 664,139, Detroit is the most populated city in Michigan, and it has the highest percentage of African Americans in a major city with over 70% of its residents … Read More10) Detroit, Michigan (1701- )