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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Red Cross Blood Drive in Honor of Muhammad Ali’s 80th Birthday

Community encouraged to give blood as Red Cross Blood supply is at a 10+ year low for this time of year On January 17, Muhammad Ali would have turned 80 years old. Throughout his life, he followed his principles, one of which was giving. Since January is National Blood Donor

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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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Racial Reckoning: Health

Thursday, January 27, 2022 7:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. ONLINE EVENT The Courier Journal, The Frazier History Museum, and the Muhammad Ali Center Present: Racial Reckoning, a four-part conversation series on racial justice that will look at Housing, Education, Policing and Health. Each program will include community members with their

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Empowering Children Through Story Amid Social Crisis

Empowering Children Through Story Amid Social Crisis Thursday, November 11, 2021 5:30-6:30 PM at the Muhammad Ali Center Please join the Muhammad Ali Center for a special presentation by award-winning author Michael W. Waters!  Dr. Waters will talk about the importance of stories and how they can help empower children

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YOUth Are The Greatest!

YOUth Are The Greatest! Wednesday, November 10, 2021 6:00-8:00pm at the Muhammad Ali Center Attention Young Leaders Ages 16-24!  You are invited to attend the first annual “YOUth are the Greatest!” celebration!  Taking place in conjunction with the 8th Annual Muhammad Ali Humanitarian Awards, this unique event celebrates the incredible

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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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XOXO: An Exhibit About Love & Forgiveness Opens to the Public at the Muhammad Ali Center on June 6th

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE :: PRESS RELEASE XOXO: An Exhibit About Love & Forgiveness Opens to the Public at the Muhammad Ali Center on June 6th “Everyone longs to be loved. And the greatest thing we can do is let people know that they are loved and capable of loving.”  —Fred

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Collections & Archive

Collections The purpose of the Muhammad Ali Center collection is to acquire, preserve and manage the documentary, photographic, artistic, film, audio, video graphic, electronic record, and three dimensional items of Muhammad’s Ali’s life and career (s) as an athlete, humanitarian, and public figure. The Muhammad Ali Center uses its collection

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“I Am Ali” Festival Celebrating Legacy of “The Greatest”

To Debut in Muhammad Ali’s Hometown in 2017Six Week Festival Will Run from June 3-July 15LOUISVILLE, Kentucky (January 25, 2017) —The previously announced “I Am Ali” festival, celebrating the legacy of native son and global humanitarian Muhammad Ali in his hometown of Louisville, has expanded from an original ten days

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