Muhammad Ali Center Statement On Systematic Racism: Steps to Understanding, Progressing and Healing

The Muhammad Ali Center joins with all others who are sending out heartfelt empathy to the family of Breonna Taylor. In the Ali Center’s new Truth Be Told Exhibit, we reveal some of the draconian local, state and national policies that have allowed systemic racism to exist in this country

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Muhammad Ali Center Announces Farah Pandith as First-Ever Muhammad Ali Global Peace Laureate

On United Nations International Day of Peace Today, on the United Nations International Day of Peace, the Muhammad Ali Center is proud to announce the appointment of Ms. Farah Pandith as its first-ever Muhammad Ali Global Peace Laureate, a distinction that will amplify Ali’s message of peace, respect, and mutual

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The Muhammad Ali Center and Flyaway Books Co-Host “Believing in a Better World” with the Creators of For Beautiful Black Boys Who Believe in a Better World

Free Virtual Event on Sept. 23rd Celebrates New Picture Book and Helps Adults Talk with Children about Race and Racial Violence The Muhammad Ali Center and Flyaway Books will co-host “Believing in a Better World: Talking with Children about Race and Racial Violence” on Wednesday, September 23rd from 7-8:30pm ET.

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‘Truth Be Told: The Policies that Impacted Black Lives’ New Exhibition Now Open at Muhammad Ali Center

Ties Together the Past with the Present in an Unconventional Way  As the call for racial justice and equality in America is louder now than ever before, the Muhammad Ali Center has created an exhibition to educate and help others learn from the country’s past in order to foster a

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Lonnie Ali, Muhammad Ali Center, and Dr. Muhammad Babar To Co-Host Communitywide Inter-Faith, Inclusive Prayer Service on Sunday 

A Gathering for Compassion, Contemplation, Hope, and Healing WHAT: Compassion + Prayer = A Gathering for Hope and Healing A prayer service and community call to action: to pause, pray, unite, as we begin the process of healing our city, in the midst of the COVID pandemic, escalating gun violence, racial inequities

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Muhammad Ali Center Launches “I Am America” Racial Justice Virtual Programming Series

First of Three Programs Will Take Place on Wednesday, August 26th Named after Muhammad Ali’s famous quote, “I Am America. I am the part you won’t recognize,” the Muhammad Ali Center’s new virtual program series will be comprised of bold, courageous, and challenging conversations that tackle the topic of racial justice.

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100 Years Later: The Collective Power of Women

Muhammad Ali Center and Metro United Way Team up to Present Online Program In observance this month of the 100 year anniversary of the ratification of the 19th amendment, women’s right to vote, the Muhammad Ali Center and Metro United Way have teamed up to present a virtual program called

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The Muhammad Ali Center announces Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Training for Businesses and Organizations

Programming Also Available to Advanced High School and College Students With systemic and institutionalized racism being one of the defining issues of our time, the Muhammad Ali Center has devised a new series of training sessions and workshops that focus on diversity, anti-racism, equity, inclusion, and social justice. These program

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Professional and Olympic Athletes Tell Personal Stories of Mentoring as a Social Justice Tool

Muhammad Ali Center Forum Highlights Athletes, Activists, & Experts, Including McCourty Twins, Champion Boxer Laila Ali, NBA’s Jason Collins, Olympic Legend Dr. John Carlos, Other Changemakers “It’s a human right to be concerned about humanity,” said Dr. John Carlos during a virtual roundtable discussion with fellow athletes and activists last

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A Note on Religious Diversity

By Thomas Hauser Twenty years ago, I had a long conversation with George Foreman about religion. George became a born-again Christian in 1977 and an ordained minister in 1978. “Good is good, whether or not one believes in Jesus,” George told me. “To be good is to be saved.” On

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