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‘Truth Be Told: The Policies that Impacted Black Lives’ New Exhibition Now Open at Muhammad Ali Center

Ties Together the Past with the Present in an Unconventional Way  As the call for racial justice and equality in America is louder now than ever before, the Muhammad Ali Center has created an exhibition to educate and help others learn from the country’s past in order to foster a

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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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Muhammad Ali Center Re-Opens on Wednesday, July 1st

Reduced Hours of Operation; Health & Safety and COVID19 Guidelines in Place The Muhammad Ali Center is pleased to announce its re-opening to the public tomorrow, July 1st; the Center has been closed to the public since March 14th as a result of the COVID19 pandemic. Reduced hours for visitors,

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Muhammad Ali Center Statement on #BlackLivesMatter

At the Muhammad Ali Center, Black Lives Matter. Black Lives are our Foundation and a Paramount Part of our Legacy. Black Lives are our Community, our Families, our Colleagues, and our Leadership. The Muhammad Ali Center promotes Social Justice locally, nationally, and globally in order to advance fair and equitable

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Statement from Muhammad Ali about the increase of violent extremism in Syria and Iraq

“It saddens me to hear that innocent human beings are suffering and dying at the hands violent extremists. Despite widespread misconceptions based on ignorance and the misuse of the Holy Qur’an, Islam does not support terrorism and indiscriminate killing of innocent civilians. In order to end this violence and find

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Lonnie and Muhammad Ali Honored as 2014 Caring Award Winners

Caring Institute Recognizes Lonnie and Muhammad as Advocates for Children and for Combating Neurological DiseaseLonnie and Muhammad Ali will be commemorated at the Caring Awards Ceremony at the Omni Montelucia Resort in Scottsdale, Arizona where they will be inducted into the Caring Hall of Fame on Saturday, October 18.Senators Bob

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Muhammad Ali Exhibit at the O2 in London Opens

Exhibit features Muhammad Ali Center items and informationDrawing open to UK residents to win trip to KentuckyAlso includes Muhammad Ali Humanitarian Award tickets and admission to the CenterLOUISVILLE, Kentucky (March 4, 2016) — “I Am the Greatest”, at the O2 arena, an exhibition on the life, career, and continuing legacy

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Muhammad Ali Center to Temporarily Close Due to Coronavirus (COVID-19) Pandemic

Critical Measure to Secure Safety and Health of Employees, Visitors, and the Community at Large; Interim Operations Plan in Place The Muhammad Ali Center announced today that it will close temporarily in response to the Coronavirus pandemic. The Center takes seriously the health and safety of the global and local

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SHINING A LIGHT: WOMEN’S FIGHT FOR THE RIGHT Call for Submissions

The Muhammad Ali Center is already gearing up for our 7th annual Shining a Light Photography Contest and Exhibition. On June 4, 1919, Congress passed the 19th amendment. In 2020 and in support of the Frazier History Museum’s initiative and the city of Louisville, the Muhammad Ali Center will host Shining a Light:

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