Muhammad Ali Center Announces Event Line-Up in Celebration of Muhammad Ali’s 80th Birthday and Martin Luther King, Jr. Day

Ali Center is Open from 9:30am – 5:00pm on Monday, January 17th New Ali Center President and CEO, Marilyn Jackson, Takes the Helm On Monday, January 17th, Muhammad Ali would have turned 80 years old. This year, his birthday not only coincides with Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, but

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Red Cross Blood Drive to be held at Muhammad Ali Center on January 17th for Ali’s 80th Birthday

Community encouraged to give blood as Red Cross Blood supply is at a 10+ year low for this time of year On January 17, Muhammad Ali would have turned 80 years old. Throughout his life, he followed his principles, one of which was giving. Since January is National Blood Donor

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The Muhammad Ali Center, PBS Books, and USA TODAY Present a Live Virtual Event Honoring Muhammad Ali’s 80th Birthday

‘Champion of Service: Celebrating Muhammad Ali’ to feature reflections from individuals close to the late world heavyweight champion and humanitarian and an opportunity for viewers across the country to participate in The Greatest Giveback Although Muhammad Ali is universally revered as The Greatest of All Time (or G.O.A.T.) for his

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In Recognition of Muhammad Ali’s 80th Birthday, Muhammad Ali Center and Metro United Way to Partner on Third Annual “Greatest Giveback.”

Due to the Omicron variant, the date of the Greatest Giveback has been postponed to June 9, 2022. Event Honors Ali’s Legacy of Service and Created to “TKO” the Needs in our Community The Muhammad Ali Center and Metro United Way are partnering on the third annual Greatest Giveback initiative, a community service project that

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Muhammad Ali Center To Join Western Kentucky Tornado Relief Efforts

Organization to Donate $3,000 Immediately Pledging to give $1 for every admission ticket sold between December 15th and January 30th In the aftermath of Friday night’s disastrous tornado outbreaks which devastated communities in Western Kentucky and other parts of the Commonwealth, the Muhammad Ali Center will donate $1 of every admission

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Muhammad Ali Center Names Marilyn A. Jackson as New President and Chief Executive Officer

Ms. Jackson becomes the first Woman to Permanently Lead the Organization in its Sixteen Year History The Muhammad Ali Center announced today that its Board of Directors has selected Marilyn Jackson as its new President and Chief Executive Officer. Ms. Jackson will become the first woman to hold this position

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Muhammad Ali Humanitarian Awards Took Place November 12th at the Muhammad Ali Center in The Champ’s Hometown of Louisville, Kentucky

Eleven Awardees from Four Countries Receive Awards for Inspiring Unity, Compassion, Activism, and Risk-Taking Awards Host was Grammy-Nominated Music Icon Kathy Sledge  The Eighth Annual Muhammad Ali Humanitarian Awards took place tonight at the Muhammad Ali Center at 8:00pm eastern time at the Muhammad Ali Center in the Champ’s hometown

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ALI CENTER ANNOUNCES CHANGES TO PRESENTER LINEUP FOR THE ANNUAL MUHAMMAD ALI HUMANITARIAN AWARDS ON NOVEMBER 12th

Event Host will be Kathy Sledge, Grammy Nominated Music Icon, Author, and Producer, and Signature Voice in Sister Sledge Added Award Presenter will be Rasheda Ali, Speaker, Author, Actress, Parkinson’s disease Advocate, and Daughter of Muhammad Ali Ann Curry, Ina Bond, Chef Edward Lee, Lindsey Ofcacek, Dr. Richard Lapchick, Among

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ALI CENTER ANNOUNCES MUHAMMAD ALI HUMANITARIAN AWARD RECIPIENTS

Ann Curry, Ina Bond, Chef Edward Lee, Lindsey Ofcacek, Dr. Richard Lapchick, Among Those Being Honored During Eighth Annual Awards on November 12th at the Ali Center. Host for the Evening is Eli Goree, Star of 2020 Film One Night in Miami; Other Presenters also Announced Event is Sold Out

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The Muhammad Ali Center, Courier-Journal, and Frazier History Museum’s 4-Part Series Continues with Racial Reckoning: Education

Taking Place at the Muhammad Ali Center on Thursday, October 28th The Muhammad Ali Center, The Courier Journal, and Frazier History Museum have teamed up to curate a timely and significant community conversation series on racial justice that will focus on Housing, Education, Policing and Health. The second of the

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