Ali Community Bus to Bring the Spirit of Muhammad Ali to Louisville Community Centers

Will Include Games, Demonstrations, Care Packages, and More Just as Muhammad Ali would visit neighborhoods throughout his hometown of Louisville, KY, the Muhammad Ali Center is bringing the spirit and love of Muhammad Ali to the people. The Ali Community Bus will be stopping in six Louisville community centers as

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“OPEN HOUSE AT THE ARCHIVES” AT THE MUHAMMAD ALI CENTER SET FOR JUNE 8TH

Event is Part of Annual Ali Festival June 3-13, Honoring the Five Year Passing of Muhammad Ali  It is rare for items from the Muhammad Ali Center’s Archives to be made available to the general public, which is why the Center chose to hold an “Open House at the Archives”

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The Muhammad Ali Center’s Statement on the One Year Anniversary of George Floyd’s Death

On the one year anniversary of George Floyd’s death, the Muhammad Ali Center extends its continued sympathy to the Floyd family for the loss of their loved one. The grief of losing a family member to violence is almost unbearable, but has become a fact of life for so many

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ROSES & REMEMBRANCE FOR MUHAMMAD: A COMMUNITY INVITATION TO CAVE HILL ON JUNE 3rd

Event to Kick Off Annual Ali Festival June 3-13 Honors Five Year Passing of Muhammad Ali June 3rd will mark the five year passing of Muhammad Ali, and will kick off with “Roses & Remembrance for Muhammad: A Community Invitation to Cave Hill,” as part of the annual Ali Festival

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GLOBAL PREMIERE OF CITY OF ALI DOCUMENTARY TO TAKE PLACE AT MUHAMMAD ALI CENTER, FOLLOWED BY PUBLIC SCREENINGS THROUGHOUT THE ANNUAL “ALI FESTIVAL” JUNE 3-13

Film Depicts the Magic & Moments that Occurred in Ali’s Hometown Louisville 5 Years Ago During the Week of His Passing Documentary Set for National Release June 4 by Abramorama  On the five year anniversary of Muhammad Ali’s passing, the world premiere of City of Ali, a documentary that tells

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Annual Ali Festival to Take Place in Louisville June 3-13

Festival to Mark Five Year Anniversary of Muhammad Ali’s Passing The Ali Festival, an annual event that marks the anniversary of Muhammad’s passing and celebrates his impactful legacy and love for Louisville, will take place June 3-13, the Ali Center announced today. Mr. Ali passed away on June 3rd, 2016.

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Statement Regarding Derek Chauvin Conviction

Today, with the conviction of Derek Chauvin, justice was served for George Floyd. Muhammad Ali worked for decades to heal racial divides, to promote justice for all, and to alleviate racism, stereotypes, and hate. The Muhammad Ali Center calls for healing and unity in the wake of the jurors’ decision,

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The Muhammad Ali Center and America Abroad Media Present “The Universal Title – Muhammad Ali’s Spiritual Journey,” A Public Radio Special and Podcast Hosted by Preacher Moss

One-Hour Radio Special to be Released April 12 – the Beginning of Ramadan – With Public Radio Distribution from PRX There may be no other athlete (or individual) on the world’s stage whose life has been as heavily documented as Muhammad Ali’s. Yet for all the ways the legendary athlete

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Muhammad Ali Center Re-Opens to the Public on Thursday, April 1st

Temporary Exhibit Truth Be Told Extended Through February 27th, 2022  The Muhammad Ali Center will be re-opening to the public Thursday, April 1st, following a 3-1/2 month temporary closure due to the COVID19 pandemic. Hours of operation for visitors, including its retail store, will be from 12:00 noon – 5:00

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Laura Douglas Named Ali Center’s Interim President and CEO

First Woman, First Black Woman to Lead the Organization Will be Engaged in The Center’s Public Re-Opening on April 1st and The Muhammad Ali Festival in June Laura M. Douglas, the Ali Center’s Immediate Past Board Chair, and a member of its Board of Directors for a decade, has been

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