Oral History Project

Muhammad Ali Oral History Project Oral history refers both to a method of precisely recording and preserving oral testimony, and to the product of the process.  The Muhammad Ali Oral History Project is an ongoing initiative created to utilize the practice of oral history to document the life and legacy

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Global Legacy of Muhammad Ali Honored by UPS Grant

$500,000 Gift to Fund Muhammad Ali center Education Programs to Foster New Generation of Leaders to Carry on Muhammad’s LegacyLOUISVILLE, Kentucky (June 20, 2016) — The Muhammad Ali Center today announced it has received a $500,000 grant from The UPS Foundation to honor the legacy of the late humanitarian, cultural

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I Am Ali Festival logo for website

Second Annual “I Am Ali” Festival Set for June 1-10, 2018

Citywide Festival celebrates Muhammad Ali’s legacy LOUISVILLE, Kentucky (March 29, 2018) — The citywide “I Am Ali” festival returns for a second year this June 1-10, 2018 to celebrate the life and legacy of Louisville’s native son and global humanitarian, Muhammad Ali. The 2018 festival will mark the second anniversary

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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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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 Partners with Love the Hungry and UPS Represents Service Project for Center’s Youth Programs

100 Volunteers to Participate in Meal-Packing Project on October 12thLOUISVILLE, Kentucky (October 6, 2016) — The Muhammad Ali Center’s Youth Programs – the Muhammad Ali Center Council of Students (MACCS) and UCrew, are partnering with Love the Hungry and UPS for a service project event on October 12th at the

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Exhibits & Galleries

PERMANENT EXHIBITSThrough dramatic multimedia presentations, interactive exhibits, historical video, countless images, and artifacts, you will learn about Muhammad Ali and his significant impact on the world: how Muhammad obtained greatness and then used it as a catalyst to do great things for the world and, in turn, inspire others to

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Expanded Muhammad Ali Festival in Louisville to Take Place June 4-13, 2021, to Encourage Unity and “Re-Birth” of the City 

Festival to mark five year anniversary of Muhammad Ali’s passing Begins with Muhammad Ali Humanitarian Awards, concludes with Derby City Jazz Festival  The annual Muhammad Ali Festival, a communitywide celebration that marks the anniversary of Muhammad Ali’s passing and celebrates his impactful legacy and love for Louisville, will take place

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Five Dollar February

Two Louisville Legends Team Up for the Return of $5 February

Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory and the Muhammad Ali Center to offer $5 Admission for Locals   Louisville, KY (1-26-16) – Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory and the Muhammad Ali Center have partnered together to offer $5 admission at both attractions for Kentucky and Indiana residents throughout the month of February.“Louisville

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Muhammad Ali Center Just Added to U.S. Civil Rights Trail

Now One of Only Five Sites in the Entire Commonwealth of Kentucky In recognition of Black History Month, the Muhammad Ali Center has just been added to the list of sites comprising the U.S. Civil Rights Trail, a collection of churches, courthouses, schools, museums and other landmarks across 15 states,

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