Membership

Be part of a membership program that invites people from all over the world to be great and do great things! Muhammad Ali Center members are more than supporters of our mission, they share a special connection—a desire to carry on Muhammad Ali’s legacy, a hope for peace and cultural

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Generation Ali

Generation Ali is a global movement that inspires a new generation of leaders—both young and young at heart—to achieve greatness on a local, national, and global level.  The grassroots movement draws its inspiration from Muhammad Ali’s Six Core Principles:  Confidence, Conviction, Dedication, Giving, Respect, and Spirituality. Generation Ali represents a

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Lemonade Day Louisville hosts Best Tasting Lemonade Contest April 14 at Muhammad Ali Center

AREA YOUTH COMPETE FOR BRAGGING RIGHTS AND PRIZESLouisville, KY ­­– Lemonade Day Louisville is hosting the second annual Best Tasting Lemonade Contest at the Muhammad Ali Center on April 14, 2018 from 1pm – 3:30 pm.  Ten young Lemonade Day Louisville entrepreneurs who submitted recipes and were selected to participate,

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Collaborative Programs

W.E.B. DuBois Academy In 2018-2019, a generous grant from CE&S helped foster a partnership with W.E.B. DuBois Academy and the Muhammad Ali Center.  The Ali Center’s Education Team will spend one week each month at the DuBois school to implement the “Creating Our Futures” Character Education Program with the entire

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International Mentoring Day (Muhammad Ali’s Birthday)

The National Mentoring Partnership, the Muhammad Ali Center and Epicenter Community’s Mentoring for Change initiative, are proud to announce the Second Annual International Mentoring Day on January 17, 2017—the date which would have been the 75th birthday of boxing legend and global humanitarian Muhammad Ali. The international and universal power

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Muhammad Ali APPreciation Night with Bellarmine University

NOTE: This Event is at Bellarmine UniversityBellarmine University’s Rubel School of Business and the Muhammad Ali Center are celebrating Muhammad Ali’s birthday with a Muhammad Ali APPreciation Night on Thursday, January 18th from 5:30-6:30 p.m. in Bellarmine University’s Centro Building. During the APPreciation Night, the Center, along with Rasheda Ali-Walsh

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Daughters of Greatness: Jamillah Ali Joyce

Throughout the year, the Daughters of Greatness breakfast series invites prominent women engaged in social philanthropy, activism, and pursuits of justice to share their stories with the Louisville community. The Daughters of Greatness series provides a place for dialogue and discussion on current issues of justice, community engagement, and social

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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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Becoming a Citizen Athlete: Youth Leadership Seminars – Tanisha Lovely Wright

July 5-15Free Tours & Programs for Middle and High School StudentsRegistration for Seminars Required, Links Available BelowTaking place in the one and only Muhammad Ali Center, during these seminars, athletes will be encouraged to reflect upon their individual and team values, explore their inner strength, and discover their greatness through

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Becoming a Citizen Athlete: Youth Leadership Seminars – Tanisha Lovely Wright

July 5-15Free Tours & Programs for Middle and High School StudentsRegistration for Seminars Required, Links Available BelowTaking place in the one and only Muhammad Ali Center, during these seminars, athletes will be encouraged to reflect upon their individual and team values, explore their inner strength, and discover their greatness through

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