Newburg Middle School Students Present “Find Your Greatness Within” Essays

Each year, students at Newburg Middle School participate in the “Find Your Greatness Within” essay contest during Black History Month. Students are asked to identify an African American figure who has inspired them towards greatness and to choose one or more of Ali’s six core principles that they think they

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Muhammad Ali Welcomes Prince Charles and Wife Camilla to His Hometown of Louisville

Statement Read by Mayor Fischer at the Harmony and Health Initiative LuncheonLOUISVILLE, Kentucky… Today Muhammad Ali sent a warm “Welcome to Louisville” message to Prince Charles and his wife Camilla who are visiting the city as part of a multiple-day trip to the states. The statement from Ali, which was read

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NCAA Fans Can Visit Muhammad Ali Center between Games at Student Rate ($5)

Muhammad Ali Center Madness! Show Your YUM! Center Game Ticket and Get in for $5 Student PriceLOUISVILLE, Kentucky … Now through Sunday, March 22nd, NCAA fans have the opportunity to visit the Muhammad Ali Center between games and pay the student rate of just $5. Show your YUM! Center game

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2015 Youth Rights Conference: Race to Equality

Annual Event Co-Sponsored by ACLU of Kentucky, Muhammad Ali Center Set for SaturdayLOUISVILLE, Kentucky … Registration is open for the 2015 Youth Rights Conference (YRC) sponsored by The American Civil Liberties Union of Kentucky and the Muhammad Ali Center. The annual conference is FREE (includes snacks and lunch) and open

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Ferdinand’s Ball Gala Returns April 30, Announces New Partnership

This year’s premier Derby kickoff event will serve as a joint fundraiser for the Muhammad Ali Center and Old Friends Equine Retirement Facility.LOUISVILLE, Kentucky (March 13, 2015)… The sixth annual Ferdinand’s Ball gala will kick off the Derby party season this year on Thursday, April 30. For the first time,

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Muhammad Ali Calls on Iranian Officials to Release Washington Post Correspondent, Jason Rezaian

With the Name of Allah, The Beneficent, The Merciful…I am sorry that I cannot be physically present to lend my support in person but I pray my words will provide relief to the efforts to secure the release of Jason Rezaian.Insha’Allah, it is my great hope that the government and

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Women’s History Month Exhibit: Shining A Light

LOUISVILLE, Kentucky… To pay tribute to Women’s History Month, the Ali Center will be bringing back Shining A Light, an international photography exhibition that showcases individuals and organizations working toward the goal of gender equality. It highlights actions being taken to combat inequalities in the world in areas such as

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Muhammad Ali Center Announces Upcoming February African American History Month Events

Most Events Free and Open to the Public Programs Augment Museum Row’s $5 FebruaryLOUISVILLE, Kentucky (February 10, 2015) …A host of activities, many of which are free and open to the public, are taking place at the Ali Center this month in celebration of African American History Month.   All events

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The Muhammad Ali Center and Filson Historical Society Present “Double V”

Play Explores the WWII American Black Press, Based on Career of Louisville Defender NewsmanJoin the Muhammad Ali Center and Filson Historical Society for a presentation of “Double V,” a 25-minute docudrama written by playwright and director Larry Muhammad, a former Courier-Journal reporter. The play is based on the career of

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The Return of $5 February

Some of Louisville’s top downtown attractions have a special deal for Kentucky and Indiana residents: $5 admission at four Museum Row on Main partners for the entire month of February.The promotion encourages locals to enjoy these wonderful attractions that are close to home. Thanks to $5 February, Kentucky and Indiana

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