Muhammad Ali to Serve as Symbol for International Mentoring Day on January 17, 2016 as Part of National Mentoring Month

International Mentoring Day to Highlight and Celebrate the Power of Mentoring as Core to Development and Social ChangeInitiative to Take Place on Muhammad Ali’s 74th BirthdayLOUISVILLE, Kentucky (December 17, 2015) — From apprenticeships to elder circles, intentional relationships have always been important in generational knowledge transfer for a society. Many

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Frank Jones Reenactment: Clay v. United States

THE REENACTMENT SERIES is named in honor of Frank C. Jones (1925 – 2012) in appreciation of his six years of service to the Society as its President and his more than 20 years of service as Membership Chair and Vice President.Reenactment of Cassius Clay, Jr. also known as Muhammad Ali v. United

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Second Annual Muhammad Ali Six Core Principle Yoga Flow

He was one of The Greatest inside of the ring, but that was just one part of Muhammad Ali’s legacy. Join us on Sunday June 2nd for the Second Annual Muhammad Ali Six Core Principle Yoga Flow class with live music by Ben Sollee. As part of ALI WEEK 2019,

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I Am America: This IS America

I Am America:  This IS America Date:  February 24, 2021 Time:  10:30-11:30 AM Featuring: Ricky L Jones: Chair, Pan African Studies Dept., University of Louisville Torie Weiston-Serdan: CEO, Youth Mentor Action Network Shawn Dove: Founder, Corporation for Black Male Achievement Moderator: Donald Lassere, President & CEO, Muhammad Ali Center On

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Daughters of Greatness: Victoria Russell

Victoria Russell was named the first Chief of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Officer at Papa John’s International, a global brand of 120,000 team members. A 13-year passion for the Papa John’s brand, Victoria is committed to using her voice to bring change and stepping up to the challenge of ensuring

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Teaching Black History and Culture: An Online Workshop for Educators

Presented Live from the Muhammad Ali Center on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day LOUISVILLE, KY (January 15, 2021) — Teaching Black History and Culture, an online workshop for Educators hosted by the Thomas D. Clark Foundation, will be presented live from the Muhammad Ali Center on Monday, January 18, Martin

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Soul Cleanse Yoga

He was one of the greatest inside of the ring, but that was just one part of Muhammad Ali’s legacy. Join us on Wednesday June 6th for the Muhammad Ali 6 Core Principle Yoga Flow class as an official event of the Muhammad Ali Festival. Six of Louisville’s leading yoga

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Louisville Handcrafted Event

On Friday, June 1, from 12 to 2 pm, the Louisville Visitor Center will be hosting a lunchtime event honoring Muhammad Ali. Guests will be able to enjoy butterfly or bee-shaped cookies and punch.While there, be sure to check out the "Ali's Louisville" exhibit that spotlights key Louisville landmarks in

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Ali at visitor center

I AM ALI Photo Challenge

Stop by the Louisville Visitor Center (corner of 4th & Jefferson Streets) to explore Muhammad Ali’s ties to his hometown in the “Ali’s Louisville” display. It features images of Ali landmarks throughout the city, like the Muhammad Ali Center (an international cultural and educational facility inspired by the ideals of

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“Footsteps of Greatness” – Muhammad Ali Louisville Landmarks Self-Guided Tour

A global icon was lost with the death of Muhammad Ali on June 3, 2016. And, while the world grieved his passing, Louisville lost one of its most beloved sons. Ali, while loved and revered throughout the world, always considered Louisville to be his home. A week-long tribute and memorial

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