The Denver resident was an infant refugee of the 1921 White mob attack in Oklahoma and was party to a lawsuit against the government at the time of his death.
The lawsuit, filed by three centenarians who were children during the White mob attack, was dismissed by a district court judge in July.
The two survivors, a brother and sister, were small children when their Greenwood neighborhood was burned to the ground in 1921.
A federal court in Denver has granted a stay of execution for two Oklahoma inmates, one of whom claims innocence and has worldwide support for his clemency.
A youth sports outreach in North Tulsa is fueling plans for a re-developed soccer field and a Black Catholic history museum—which could be the first of its kind.