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Citywide “I Am Ali” Festival Kicks Off on June 1st at Muhammad Ali Appreciation Night with the Louisville Bats Baseball Team

Concludes with Closing Celebration, Presented by HorseShoe Southern Indiana on June 10th at Muhammad Ali Center More than 50 community events planned LOUISVILLE, Kentucky (May 22, 2018) — The citywide second annual “I Am Ali” Festival kicks off on Friday, June 1st with a Muhammad Ali Appreciation Night at Slugger

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Muhammad Ali Center Partners with Love the Hungry for Service Project Honoring Ali’s Birthday

**Edit: Due to Weather, this has been postponed until February** Staff to Participate in Meal-Packing Project on January 17thLOUISVILLE, Kentucky (January 16, 2018) — In honor of what would have been Muhammad Ali’s 76th birthday, the Muhammad Ali Center staff, Youth Programs, and Board of Directors are partnering with Love the

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Third Annual International Mentoring Day Highlights the Power of Mentoring in Honor of Muhammad Ali’s Legacy

Special Admission Pricing for Mentors/Mentees January 15-21LOUISVILLE, Kentucky (January 12, 2018) — The National Mentoring Partnership and the Muhammad Ali Center are proud to announce the Third Annual International Mentoring Day on January 17, 2018—the date which would have been the 76th birthday of boxing legend and global humanitarian Muhammad

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Cross-Country Peace Bus Making its Stop at the Ali Center on Saturday, September 4th

Founder Kwabi Amoah-Forson to Spread Message of Peace through his “Manifest Humanity Journey” and Will Be Giving Away Free Books for Kids Kwabi Amoah-Forson and The Peace Bus will be at the Muhammad Ali Center on Saturday, September 4 during the times of 12:00noon-2:00pm and 3:00pm-5:00pm, to give away free

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Muhammad Ali Center to Host the Final ‘First Friday at the MAC’ of the Summer on September 2nd

Part of the Republic Bank First Friday Hop, Held in Conjunction with WorldFestAli to Me: Art by Patrick Maxcy Exhibit to OpenLOUISVILLE, Kentucky (August 26, 2016) — The Muhammad Ali Center, in partnership with the Republic Bank First Friday Hop and in conjunction with WorldFest, will host the final ‘First

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Generation Ali

Generation Ali is a global movement that inspires a new generation of leaders—both young and young at heart—to achieve greatness on a local, national, and global level.  The grassroots movement draws its inspiration from Muhammad Ali’s Six Core Principles:  Confidence, Conviction, Dedication, Giving, Respect, and Spirituality. Generation Ali represents a

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Remo Tulliani Donates Courting Kings Proceeds to Muhammad Ali Center

$25 From Every $200 Book Sold Will Be Donated To The Center New York, NY – November 29th, 2017 – Renowned accessories designer and author of Courting Kings, Remo Tulliani, is happy to announce that $25.00 from each Courting Kings book sold on Tulliani.com until the end of 2017 will be

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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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Collaborative Programs

W.E.B. DuBois Academy In 2018-2019, a generous grant from CE&S helped foster a partnership with W.E.B. DuBois Academy and the Muhammad Ali Center.  The Ali Center’s Education Team will spend one week each month at the DuBois school to implement the “Creating Our Futures” Character Education Program with the entire

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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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