$95K Grant Presentation from Rep. Yarmuth

Congressman John Yarmuth (KY-3) presented a $95,000 check to representatives of the Muhammad Ali Center to develop and expand educational outreach efforts and support the Muhammad Ali Center Council of Students (MACCS) and its service learning programs. Congressman Yarmuth presented the funding during a “Welcome Home” event for MACCS who

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Surviving Darfur: Staring into the Heart of Human Suffering Exhibit

The Muhammad Ali Center, along with Catholic Charities and the Metro Louisville’s Office of International Affairs, co-sponsored this remarkably candid and affecting photo essay of 49 images taken in the Darfur region of Sudan. These photos were loaned to the Center from the United Nations High Commission for Refugees (UNHCR).

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We Still Need Muhammad’s Voice

By Lonnie Ali Today marks the fourth anniversary of Muhammad’s passing. The pain of losing him is still as fresh now and it was then. Knowing and feeling that pain makes me understand on a visceral level the pain that is being felt by the families of Breonna Taylor, George

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Cultural Buzz

Cultural Buzz offered education games and activities that were interactive and entertaining. By participating in the online site, Cultural Buzz, youths from around the world could learn to bridge human difference. They could explore other cultures and enhance skills that promote individual well-being and healthy interpersonal relationships.

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“Promises”

In its first community-wide public event the Muhammad Ali Center and Baxter Avenue Theatres co-sponsored “Promises,” an Academy Award Nominee for Best Documentary Feature for 2002. Both of the showings were followed by panel discussions with Carlos Bolado, the film’s co-director, and others.

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Muhammad Ali Center to Host Fourth Annual Athletes and Social Change Forum

2016 Forum to serve as a think tank on a Declaration for Human Rights in SportsLOUISVILLE, Kentucky (November 23, 2015) — The fourth annual Muhammad Ali Center Athletes and Social Change Forum, in partnership with University of Louisville, Brown University, and Athlete Ally, will take place on April 8-9, 2016 as

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Film Programming

The film program at the Muhammad Ali Center provides a space where community, education, and film meet. We collaborate with individuals, local organizations, and educational institutions to offer accessible experiences and develop meaningful conversations around issues impacting our community. We present the best in independent, international, and classic cinema, as

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The Ali Center teams up with APH to expand accessibility

Indoor Explorer allows people who are blind or visually impaired to navigate buildings LOUISVILLE, Ky. (July 18, 2018) – The first of Muhammad Ali’s six core principles is confidence. Through a recent partnership with American Printing House for the Blind (APH), the Muhammad Ali Center is ensuring people who are

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Muhammad Ali Center Council of Students

In 2002 the Muhammad Ali Council of Students (M.A.C.C.S.) was formed around a motto that Muhammad Ali has often used himself, “Service is the rent we pay for our stay here on earth.” Through this outstanding group of students, our goal is to identify new ways of relaying the Center’s

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Muhammad Ali to Serve as Symbol for International Mentoring Day on January 17, 2016 as Part of National Mentoring Month

International Mentoring Day to Highlight and Celebrate the Power of Mentoring as Core to Development and Social ChangeInitiative to Take Place on Muhammad Ali’s 74th BirthdayLOUISVILLE, Kentucky (December 17, 2015) — From apprenticeships to elder circles, intentional relationships have always been important in generational knowledge transfer for a society. Many

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