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
Collections The purpose of the Muhammad Ali Center collection is to acquire, preserve and manage the documentary, photographic, artistic, film, audio, video graphic, electronic record, and three dimensional items of Muhammad’s Ali’s life and career (s) as an athlete, humanitarian, and public figure. The Muhammad Ali Center uses its collection
MEDIA ADVISORY: New This Year at Ferdinand’s Ball Gala: Mingle with Celebrity Guests During Special VIP Dinner
Tickets are going fast for the April 30 gala, where NCAA and NBA standouts, actors, musicians, and royalty of horse racing will ‘party with the people’ to kick off Derby weekendFOR IMMEDIATE RELEASELOUISVILLE, Kentucky (April 20, 2015) — ***MEDIA CREDENTIALING: Media passes will be required in all areas of the event.
American Ninja Warrior Co-Host Akbar Gbajabiamila to Host Sixth Annual Muhammad Ali Humanitarian Awards on September 20th
“Six Core Principle” Recipients Named Other Awardees, Presenters, and Entertainment to be Announced Shortly LOUISVILLE, Kentucky (August 15, 2018) — Akbar Gbajabiamila, former NFL player and current co-host on NBC’s American Ninja Warrior and NFL Network’s Fantasy Live, will emcee the Sixth Annual Muhammad Ali Humanitarian Awards, on Thursday, September
America to Zanzibar: Muslim Cultures Near and Far Opens to the Public at the Muhammad Ali Center on May 25th
Exhibit will include Muhammad Ali artifacts from the Center’s collectionLOUISVILLE, Kentucky (February 7, 2018) — America to Zanzibar: Muslim Cultures Near and Far opens to the public at the Muhammad Ali Center on Friday, May 25th. The family-friendly interactive exhibit, which runs through December 30th, explores the diversity of Muslim