Muhammad Ali Oral History Project Oral history refers both to a method of precisely recording and preserving oral testimony, and to the product of the process. The Muhammad Ali Oral History Project is an ongoing initiative created to utilize the practice of oral history to document the life and legacy
PUBLIC INVITED TO DAY-LONG FREE COMMUNITY EVENTFeaturing Full Lineup of ActivitiesIncluding Rededication Ceremony with Mayor FischerLOUISVILLE, Kentucky (November 12, 2015) — Ten years ago, thousands of people—those from Louisville, as well as guests from 12 countries and 32 states—attended one or more of a series of Muhammad Ali Center Grand
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.
With the Name of Allah, The Beneficent, The Merciful…I am sorry that I cannot be physically present to lend my support in person but I pray my words will provide relief to the efforts to secure the release of Jason Rezaian.Insha’Allah, it is my great hope that the government and
Muhammad Ali Center Welcomes Judge Angela McCormick Bisig as Its Next Daughters of Greatness Speaker
Bisig will speak on Friday, August 12thLOUISVILLE, Kentucky (July 15, 2016) — The Muhammad Ali Center is proud to announce its upcoming Daughters of Greatness speaker: Judge Angela McCormick Bisig. Gray will speak at the Center on Friday, August 12th. The event will begin with a hot breakfast at 8:30
LOUISVILLE, Kentucky (November 16, 2015) — Hadiqa Bashir of the Khyber Province of Pakistan was honored at the 2015 Muhammad Ali Humanitarian Awards in September as a Six Core Principle award recipient for her Conviction in dedicating her young life to the advocacy of women’s and girl’s rights against forced child
LOUISVILLE, Kentucky… To pay tribute to Women’s History Month, the Ali Center will be bringing back Shining A Light, an international photography exhibition that showcases individuals and organizations working toward the goal of gender equality. It highlights actions being taken to combat inequalities in the world in areas such as
LOUISVILLE, Kentucky (December 9, 2015) — I am a Muslim and there is nothing Islamic about killing innocent people in Paris, San Bernardino, or anywhere else in the world. True Muslims know that the ruthless violence of so called Islamic Jihadists goes against the very tenets of our religion.We as Muslims
10.28.22 MEDIA ADVISORY Ali Center announces Days of Greatness, lead up to Muhammad Ali Humanitarian Awards Louisville community invited to join in celebrating week of Greatness LOUISVILLE, KY (October 28, 2022) — As part of the celebration surrounding the 9th Annual Muhammad Ali Humanitarian Awards, the Muhammad Ali Center will host Days
The Muhammad Ali Center and Flyaway Books Co-Host “Believing in a Better World” with the Creators of For Beautiful Black Boys Who Believe in a Better World
Free Virtual Event on Sept. 23rd Celebrates New Picture Book and Helps Adults Talk with Children about Race and Racial Violence The Muhammad Ali Center and Flyaway Books will co-host “Believing in a Better World: Talking with Children about Race and Racial Violence” on Wednesday, September 23rd from 7-8:30pm ET.