Muhammad Ali Voted “Athlete of the Century” by ‘La Gazzetta dello Sport’ on Publication’s 120th Anniversary

LOUISVILLE, Kentucky (April 4, 2016) — The longstanding and widely distributed European newspaper, La Gazzetta dello Sport, located in Italy, named Muhammad Ali as the “Athlete of the Century” in recognizing its 120 years of publication.“This is a very prestigious honor for me,” stated Ali. “It’s hard to believe that

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A JOURNEY TO GREATNESS Located in the heart of historic downtown Louisville, Kentucky, the Muhammad Ali Center is an international cultural center founded by Lonnie and Muhammad Ali. A visit to the Center is not just an experience, but a journey into the heart of a champion. The Center’s three

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Statement from Muhammad Ali On the Passing of Ernie Terrell

Ali Mourns Passing of Fellow Fighter“I am saddened by the news of Ernie Terrell’s passing. He and I go back almost fifty years. While we competed in the ring only once, we became friends outside of it. Ernie and I had a mutual understanding about the professional versus personal elements

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Muhammad Ali Center Announces Free Film Screening in April

LOUISVILLE, Kentucky (April 13, 2016) — In partnership with KET, the Muhammad Ali Center is hosting a FREE Indie Lens Pop Up film screening April 21stin the Center’s auditorium. This film is part of the Center’s ongoing programming, “The Bond :: Connecting Community through Cinema.” While the screening is free,

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Partners

The Muhammad Ali Center strives to create partnerships with those whose institutional mission closely aligns with our own. Such relationships create mutually beneficial programming and initiatives that contribute to a larger presence, a larger audience and a greater opportunity to reach out to those in our community, region and all

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Muhammad Ali Center Partners with KET in Ongoing Free Film Series

Muhammad Ali Center Partners with KET in Ongoing Free Film SeriesTwo Screenings this Fall Include New Documentary from the Director of Winter’s BoneLOUISVILLE, Kentucky (October 13, 2015) — In partnership with KET, the Muhammad Ali Center is showing two free screenings on October 29 and November 5 in the Center’s

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Temporary Exhibitions

 Submissions for Shining a Light 2023 are now open! This year's theme: Women and Prison The Muhammad Ali Center in Louisville, Kentucky is honored to announce its ninth annual “Shining a Light” International Photography Contest and subsequent exhibition. This year the Ali Center is asking participants to submit photographs that

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Ali Center Celebrates National Grandparent Day, September 10th, with Discount Admission for Grandparents and Grandchildren

In Conjunction with Grandmother Power the Center’s new temporary exhibit LOUISVILLE, Kentucky (September 7, 2017) — On National Grandparents Day, Sunday, September 10th, the Muhammad Ali Center will offer discount admissions for grandparents and grandchildren as part of our new temporary exhibit, Grandmother Power: A Global Phenomenon. Grandparents, GrandOthers and grandchildren

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Muhammad Ali Center Offers Community Free Daughters of Greatness Event as Thank You for Support Throughout the Year

Deborah Jiang-Stein, November 6 SpeakerJiang-Stein, celebrated author, born to heroin-addicted mother, conquered adversity and uses experience to help heal othersLOUISVILLE, Kentucky (October 19, 2015) — In appreciation of its members, friends, and supporters, the Muhammad Ali Center is inviting the public to attend the final Daughters of Greatness event of

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NCAA Fans Can Visit Muhammad Ali Center between Games at Student Rate ($5)

Muhammad Ali Center Madness! Show Your YUM! Center Game Ticket and Get in for $5 Student PriceLOUISVILLE, Kentucky … Now through Sunday, March 22nd, NCAA fans have the opportunity to visit the Muhammad Ali Center between games and pay the student rate of just $5. Show your YUM! Center game

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