The Muhammad Ali Center strives to create partnerships with those whose institutional mission closely aligns with our own. Such relationships create mutually beneficial programming and initiatives that contribute to a larger presence, a larger audience and a greater opportunity to reach out to those in our community, region and all over the world.
The Muhammad Ali Institute for Peace and Justice advances the work, study and practice of peace building, social justice and violence prevention through the development of innovative educational programs, training, service and research.
Drawing strength from the vision and work of Muhammad Ali, the Muhammad Ali Institute for Peace and Justice at the University of Louisville develops initiatives that support human dignity, foster responsible citizenship, further peace and justice and address the impact of violence in local, state, national and international arenas. The Ali Institute has a special concern for young people living with violence in urban areas; therefore, we seek to equip the young and those working with them to be agents of peace and justice in their communities.
The Muhammad Ali Parkinson Center (MAPC) and Movement Disorders Clinic is a National Parkinson Foundation Center of Excellence, and a wonderful resource for people with Parkinson’s and their families. The Center was established in 1997 by Muhammad Ali, Jimmy Walker, a Phoenix philanthropist, and Dr. Abraham Lieberman.