Teaching Black History and Culture: An Online Workshop for Educators

Presented Live from the Muhammad Ali Center on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day LOUISVILLE, KY (January 15, 2021) — Teaching Black History and Culture, an online workshop for Educators hosted by the Thomas D. Clark Foundation, will be presented live from the Muhammad Ali Center on Monday, January 18, Martin

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Muhammad Ali Center and Metro United Way Partner on Second Annual “Greatest Giveback” to Mark Muhammad Ali’s Birthday and Honor his Legacy of Service

Two-week Initiative Designed to “TKO” the Needs in our Community Online and At Home Projects Available for Health and Safety LOUISVILLE, KY (January 8, 2021) — The Muhammad Ali Center and Metro United Way are partnering on the second annual The Greatest Give Back initiative, a service project that honors Muhammad Ali’s birthday

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Muhammad Ali Center to Temporarily Close Due to Surge in COVID-19 Infections

Leadership says Critical Measure to Secure Health and Safety of Staff, Patrons, and Community Online Programming and Other 2021 Planned Initiatives to Continue  The Muhammad Ali Center announced today that it will close temporarily to the public beginning December 18, 2020, due to the surge in COVID-19 infections and the

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AARP Kentucky to Sponsor 10 Small Businesses to Participate in Muhammad Ali Center’s Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Anti-Racism Training Programs

Sponsorship to Reach Nearly 300 Employees This year’s “awakening” of the already imperative need for education and implementation of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Anti-racism Training in businesses and other organizations, is a call answered earlier this year by the Muhammad Ali Center with its new DEIA workshops and retreats. AARP

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Compassion + Prayer = A Gathering for Hope & Healing

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Expanded Muhammad Ali Festival in Louisville to Take Place June 4-13, 2021, to Encourage Unity and “Re-Birth” of the City 

Festival to mark five year anniversary of Muhammad Ali’s passing Begins with Muhammad Ali Humanitarian Awards, concludes with Derby City Jazz Festival  The annual Muhammad Ali Festival, a communitywide celebration that marks the anniversary of Muhammad Ali’s passing and celebrates his impactful legacy and love for Louisville, will take place

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Bestselling Authors James Patterson and Kwame Alexander Launch ‘Becoming Muhammad Ali’ Children’s Book with 10/5 Event featuring Lonnie Ali

The writers will celebrate the release of their new book with a live virtual event hosted by Louisville’s Carmichael’s Bookstore, in partnership with the Muhammad Ali Center. Bestselling authors James Patterson and Kwame Alexander will celebrate the release of their new children’s book, Becoming Muhammad Ali, with a live virtual

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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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