Ali Center announces Muhammad Ali Humanitarian Award recipients

09.26.22 MEDIA ADVISORY Ali Center announces Muhammad Ali Humanitarian Award recipients  Dr. Anthony Fauci, World Central Kitchen, Alice Houston, and NBA Star Malcom Brogdon headline slate of nine awardees   National CBS News correspondent Michelle Miller to host the event   LOUISVILLE, KY (September 26, 2022) — The ninth annual Muhammad Ali Humanitarian

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Muhammad Ali Center to host historic first showcase of I Was Here Project’s Ancestor Spirit Portraits

08.22.22 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Muhammad Ali Center to host historic first showcase of I Was Here Project’s Ancestor Spirit Portraits LOUISVILLE, Ky (Aug 22, 2022) — The Muhammad Ali Center is thrilled to offer the first exhibition of the I Was Here Project’s original Ancestor Spirit Portraits, which opens to the

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Muhammad Ali Center unveils new, three-year Strategic Plan

Louisville, KY – The Muhammad Ali Center Board and leadership recently voted to approve a new Strategic Plan to guide the Center through the next three calendar years. The plan is a result of months of meetings, planning, and collaboration from many team members. Below is a one-page overview of

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Muhammad Ali Center to host Athletes and Social Change Forum for 10th year

LOUISVILLE, Ky (July 8, 2020) — The Muhammad Ali Center Athletes and Social Change Forum will take place on July 14-15, 2022 as an online virtual conference. This year’s forum will focus on Creative Expression: Art, Athletics, and Activism. The Muhammad Ali Center Athletes and Social Change Forum is an annual, national

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Full Itinerary Announced for Sixth Annual Muhammad Ali Festival (June 3-9, 2022)

LOUISVILLE, KY (May 26, 2022) — A packed slate of events including collaborations with local nonprofits, special experiences, and ways to give back highlight the itinerary for the Sixth Annual Muhammad Ali Festival. The Ali Festival will take place from June 3-9, with events every day, as well as those before and

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Muhammad Ali Center announces public awareness campaign for Louisville legend’s image to appear on United States Postal Service Stamp

LOUISVILLE, KY (June 3, 2022) — The Muhammad Ali Center and Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer announced a public awareness campaign for Louisville native Muhammad Ali’s image to appear on a United States Postal Service (USPS) Stamp. The purpose of the social media campaign, called #GetTheChampAStamp, is meant to involve the

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Muhammad Ali Center, Noted Muralist to Debut New Installation: What Lifts You?

LOUISVILLE, KY (May 3, 2022) — Kelsey Montague’s art has been featured in Taylor Swift’s music videos, celebrity Instagrams, and murals across the country. Now, it’s coming to Louisville in a new temporary exhibit at the Muhammad Ali Center. Montague’s six new works will be debuted to the public for the

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Muhammad Ali Center, Metro United Way partner for Greatest Give Back

Event is Part of Ali Festival 2022 Offering Community Service Opportunity to Highlight Ali’s Spirit of Giving   LOUISVILLE, KY (April 28, 2022) — Muhammad Ali won 37 fights by knockout in his illustrious career, and in his honor the Muhammad Ali Center and Metro United Way are teaming up to

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Muhammad Ali Center to Host Annual Ali Festival June 3-9

The Sixth Annual Ali Festival will take place in Muhammad Ali’s hometown of Louisville, Kentucky June 3-9, 2022 to mark the anniversary of Ali’s passing and to celebrate his worldwide impact and love for Louisville. The Ali Center invites the community to be part of Muhammad’s story through an array

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Ali Center Partners on Augmented Reality Experience with Louisville Downtown Partnership, Metro Council District 4, and Roots 101 African American Museum

The ‘I Was Here’ AR Project will Help Visitors Explore the Historical Significance of African Americans in Downtown Louisville Louisville Downtown Partnership and the office of Metro Council District 4 are sponsoring the first phase of the I Was Here project—a new augmented reality (AR) experience to engage downtown visitors

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