The Unforgotten Trailblazer
In 1949, Nancy Randolph Davis changed the course of history, becoming the first African American student admitted to Oklahoma State University. Her quiet determination broke down the barriers of segregation, a quality she possessed throughout her life as a civil rights activist, teacher, mentor and community organizer. This week, join us in Stillwater, where her legacy lives on today.
The best Oklahoma stories you've never heard.
In every place, we discover tales waiting to be shared, weaving together the rich history, vibrant present, and promising future of BancFirst communities across Oklahoma.