UGIVE

What is UGIVE.ORG? The Muhammad Ali Center believes that young people have the power to achieve greatness and to improve their communities through service to others. Continuing Muhammad Ali’s legacy of “Giving,” UGIVE.ORG is an innovative program of the Muhammad Ali Center on a mission to catalyze, excite and empower

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Muhammad Ali Center Announces Event Line-Up in Celebration of Muhammad Ali’s 80th Birthday and Martin Luther King, Jr. Day

Ali Center is Open from 9:30am – 5:00pm on Monday, January 17th New Ali Center President and CEO, Marilyn Jackson, Takes the Helm On Monday, January 17th, Muhammad Ali would have turned 80 years old. This year, his birthday not only coincides with Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, but

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“CHOOSE TO BE A CHAMPION”

An Evening of Inspiration for Foster Children and their Families On the evening of Thursday, August 1, 2019, the Muhammad Ali Center will be partnering with Roo’s Wish to host a motivational event for 200 middle-school aged children living in foster care, along with their foster parents. Research shows that only about 50

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Opening Acts Announced for CONGO14 Louisville – Ali Center Benefit Concert Featuring Bruno Mars, Sponsored by Horseshoe Southern Indiana

The Temptations Review featuring Dennis Edwards, Southern Sirens Join Lineup Concert is September 20 at the Kentucky International Convention CenterIn celebration of the 40th Anniversary of the legendary “Rumble In The Jungle” boxing match between Muhammad Ali and George Foreman, the Muhammad Ali Center is proud to announce the opening

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Muhammad Ali Center to Partner for Fourth Annual Athletes and Social Change Forum

2016 Forum to serve as a think tank on a Declaration for Human Rights in SportsForum is online and freeLOUISVILLE, Kentucky (March 30, 2016) — The fourth annual Muhammad Ali Center Athletes and Social Change Forum, in partnership with University of Louisville, Brown University, and Athlete Ally, will take place

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StageOne Family Theatre, Muhammad Ali Center, Kentucky Center To Host “Play It Forward: Champions Night” Gala

Event to Coincide with Muhammad Ali’s 73rd Birthday on January 17, 20155 pm: Reception and Dinner at the Muhammad Ali Center, View Pointe Hall7:30 pm: WORLD PREMIER of “And In This Corner…Cassius Clay” by Idris Goodwin at The Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts, Bomhard TheaterPost-show Celebration Featuring Cast and

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Evan Williams Bourbon Experience: Save $3!

Save $3! Louisville Waterfront History Tour & Tasting at Evan WilliamsTravel back in time to explore the early days of Louisville's waterfront with Evan Williams. The Evan Williams Bourbon Experience celebrates the ideals of the I Am Ali Festival and champions the spirit of spirituality, giving, respect, conviction, dedication, and

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Parkinson’s Foundation Moving Day Louisville

Moving Day Louisville is our annual fundraising walk event. It is a fun and inspiring fundraising event that unites families, friends and communities both large and small in the fight against Parkinson’s disease. This celebration of movement will feature a family friendly walk course, a kids area, a Resource Pavilion,

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Ah, Whatta ‘Bout Mimi: Butterflies and Bees

Ah, Whatta 'Bout Mimi will host a balloon photo frame or backdrop available for selfies and photographs. The decor will feature butterflies and bees to remember the Champ. Event Location: 701 West Market StLouisville, KY 40202Dates: 06/01/18 - 06/10/18Website: http://www.whattaboutmimi.com/

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You can’t be Neutral:  White Anti-racism Past and Present 

Wednesday, October 7 :: 12:00PM EDT This special program is in partnership with the University of Louisville, Anne Braden Institute for Social Justice Research (ABI), Louisville Showing Up for Racial Justice & The Carl Braden Memorial Center. From the abolitionists to the Civil Rights Movement to so-called “color-blindness” to today’s uprisings, a few whites have always

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