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Muhammad Ali Center Welcomes Dr. Brandy Kelly Pryor as Its Next “Daughters of Greatness” Speaker

Kelly Pryor will present on Friday, February 24thLOUISVILLE, Kentucky (February 8, 2017) — The Muhammad Ali Center is proud to announce its upcoming Daughters of Greatness presenter: Dr. Brandy Kelly Pryor. Kelly Pryor will present at the Center on Friday, February 24th. The event will begin with a hot breakfast

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Ali Stingrays

In 2019, the Muhammad Ali Center (MAC), in partnership with the Trident Swim Foundation (Trident), launched an enrichment program for middle and high school youth.  Taking place at Muhammad Ali’s alma mater, Central High School, the Ali Stingrays is an innovative afterschool, swimmer scholar program for underserved, students of color

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Grandmother Power: A Global Phenomenon Opens at the Muhammad Ali Center on August 19th

Exhibit open until January 8, 2018 LOUISVILLE, Kentucky (July 27, 2017) — Grandmother Power: A Global Phenomenon opens to the public at the Muhammad Ali Center on Saturday, August 19th. The exhibit, which is on display until January 8, 2018 and included in general admission, is based off the book

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Muhammad Ali Center Announces Farah Pandith as First-Ever Muhammad Ali Global Peace Laureate

On United Nations International Day of Peace Today, on the United Nations International Day of Peace, the Muhammad Ali Center is proud to announce the appointment of Ms. Farah Pandith as its first-ever Muhammad Ali Global Peace Laureate, a distinction that will amplify Ali’s message of peace, respect, and mutual

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Photo Gallery

TEMPORARY EXHIBITS There’s always something new going on at the Muhammad Ali Center! In addition to the permanent exhibitions and the items from the permanent collection on display, several times a year the Center will unveil new temporary exhibitions. Inspiration to Action: An Art Tribute to Muhammad Ali With the

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RACE: Are We So Different Exhibit Opens to the Public at the Muhammad Ali Center on September 24

Exhibit will be the largest temporary exhibit in the Center’s history and the first on display in the new exhibition spaceLOUISVILLE, Kentucky (July 20, 2016) — RACE: Are We So Different? opens to the public at the Muhammad Ali Center on September 24th. The highly-praised exhibit, which runs through January

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Muhammad Ali Center Announces Major Donation from Islamic Relief USA In Support of Ali’s Legacy and the America to Zanzibar exhibition

LOUISVILLE, Kentucky (November 19, 2018) — The Muhammad Ali Center today announced it has received a $100,000 donation from Islamic Relief USA in support of Muhammad Ali’s legacy. The donation will fund the Ali Center’s current temporary exhibit, America to Zanzibar: Muslim Cultures Near and Far, which is on display

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In Recognition of Muhammad Ali’s 80th Birthday, Muhammad Ali Center and Metro United Way to Partner on Third Annual “Greatest Giveback.”

Due to the Omicron variant, the date of the Greatest Giveback has been postponed to June 9, 2022. Event Honors Ali’s Legacy of Service and Created to “TKO” the Needs in our Community The Muhammad Ali Center and Metro United Way are partnering on the third annual Greatest Giveback initiative, a community service project that

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Student Trips

CURRICULUM-BASED GUIDED TOURS These interactive field trip experiences are aligned with Kentucky and Indiana Core Content Standards and are developed for specific grade levels. During a visit, groups will receive 45 to 60 minutes of classroom instruction and 60 minutes of activities and exploration of the Muhammad Ali Center’s exhibits.

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Muhammad Ali Center Receives $50,000 Grant From The Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS)

Will Provide Resources to Create Publicly Accessible Digital Database of Archival Items $2.7 Million Awarded to Support African American History and Culture Federal Investments in Museums, HBCUs, Cultural Heritage Organizations Generate Additional $2.6 Million Louisville, Ky—The Muhammad Ali Center is proud to be a recipient of a $50,000 grant from

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