The Muhammad Ali Center seeks to create positive social change across the globe through a series of virtual programs and workshops.
“I Am America” is a series of bold, courageous and provocative conversations to explore the most pressing racial justice challenges of the day. Named after Muhammad Ali’s famous quote, “I Am America. I am the part you won’t recognize,” this unique program offers critical analysis of the history and intersectionality of social justice issues, while presenting action steps for those wanting to create positive social change.
The Muhammad Ali Center Athletes and Social Change Forum is an annual program that convenes athletes, scholars, practitioners, policymakers and advocates who are all working to advance the realm of sport and social change through the practice of Muhammad Ali’s Six Core Principles: Respect, Confidence, Conviction, Dedication, Spirituality and Giving. The Muhammad Ali Center Athletes and Social Change Forum is organized in collaboration Dr. Mary Hums of the University of Louisville, and Dr. Yannick Kluch.
Athletes and Social Change was co-founded by our dear friend, Eli Wolff (1978-2023) of the Power of Sport Lab. We commit to honor his legacy through our advocacy and actions.