Muhammad Ali Center to Host Forum Addressing Racial Disproportionality and Disparities for Children of Color in Child Serving Systems

Forum Sponsored by the Race Community and Child Welfare InitiativeLOUISVILLE, Kentucky (November 11, 2016) — A Community Forum and panel discussion sponsored by the Race Community and Child Welfare Initiative and several public agencies will be held at the Muhammad Ali Center on November 17thfrom 5:30 – 7:30 p.m. The

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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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5 Questions for Farah Pandith, Muhammad Ali Global Peace Laureate from journalist Ann Curry

Ann Curry: In the year since your appointment as Global Peace Laureate, many in our world have struggled with disease, acrimony, fear and uncertainty, which are now exacerbated by the aftermath of the war in Afghanistan. How have you begun your work to help move humanity toward peace, and why?

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Muhammad Ali Center Welcomes Suzy Post as Its Next Daughters of Greatness Speaker

Post will speak on Friday, March 18Event rescheduled from JanuaryLOUISVILLE, Kentucky (March 2, 2016) — The Muhammad Ali Center, in partnership with the Jewish Federation of Louisville, is proud to announce its upcoming Daughters of Greatness speaker: Suzy Post. Post will speak at the Center on Friday, March 18th. The

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The Courier-Journal, Muhammad Ali Center and Frazier History Museum Present: Racial Reckoning

A Four-Part Conversation Series on Racial Justice that will focus on Housing, Education, Policing and Health The Courier Journal, Muhammad Ali Center and Frazier History Museum have teamed up to curate a timely and significant community conversation series on racial justice that will focus on Housing, Education, Policing and Health.

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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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FUND FOR THE ARTS, PBS, KET, THE MUHAMMAD ALI CENTER, AND LOUISVILLE METRO GOVERNMENT ANNOUNCE MURAL FESTIVAL

Call for Artists to Participate in the Imagine Mural Festival Fund for the Arts and the Imagine Greater Louisville 2025 Steering Committee in partnership with PBS, KET, The Muhammad Ali Center, and Louisville Metro Government are announcing the resurgence of the transformational Imagine Mural Festival, which had its inaugural year

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Muhammad Ali Center to Honor ‘The Greatest’ with a Four Day Celebration

Ali’s 75th Birthday Would Have Been January 17thNew Ali Tribute Exhibition to Open January 14thLOUISVILLE, Kentucky (December 14, 2016) — Following the passing of boxing legend and global humanitarian Muhammad Ali on June 3, 2016, the Muhammad Ali Center will honor what would have been his 75th birthday on January

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Fusion to Pay Tribute to the Life & Legacy of Muhammad Ali with Special Hour of Programming

‘Fightin’ Talk: Muhammad Ali’ Tribute to Air December 22 @ 7:00 PM, Followed by the ‘2016 Muhammad Ali Humanitarian Awards’ @ 7:30 PMWATCH PREVIEWLOUISVILLE, Kentucky (December 20, 2016) — FUSION will honor the life and legacy of Muhammad Ali on December 22 with two half-hour specials. Ali is one of

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Sonia Jackson Myles, Author of “The Sister Accord: 51 Ways To Love Your Sister,” to Host Louisville Tea Party at Muhammad Ali Center

Author Inspires Women to Become Great Leaders Through Great Relationships with Other FemalesLOUISVILLE, Kentucky (August 13, 2015) — Students and families have to deal with a myriad of concerns today, bullying being among them. Sonia Jackson Myles, Founder, President & CEO of The Sister Accord Foundation is determined to make

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