Event Will Be Livestreamed On Ali Center's Website

November 12, 2021

8:00pm EST

Due to a high level of interest, as well as limited capacity, the Ali Center’s biggest event of the year is officially sold out!  However, if you would like to watch the awards from home or with a group of friends, we are pleased to announce that for the first time ever, we will be livestreaming the Muhammad Ali Humanitarian Awards from the Center’s website (alicenter.org). The livestream will begin at 8:00pm EST on Friday, November 12, 2021.
If you would like to be among the first to know about next year's awards, please contact Alma Herovic at aherovic@alicenter.org.
Also, please note that the Muhammad Ali Center will be CLOSED to the public on Friday, November 12, in order for staff to prepare for the Humanitarian Awards.
Learn More About the Muhammad Ali Humanitarian Awards

Racial Reckoning: Education

October 28th at the Muhammad Ali Center

7:00 - 8:00pm

Racial Reckoning is a new four-part racial justice conversation series brought to you by the Muhammad Ali Center, Frazier History Museum, and the Courier-Journal.  The programmatic goal is to take a deeper look at four topics: Housing, Education, Policing, and Health.  The second program in the series, Racial Reckoning: Education, will be held at the Muhammad Ali Center on Thursday, October 28 from 7-8pm, and will include the following participants:
  • Moderator Mandy McClaren from the Courier-Journal
Panelists will include:
  • Storyteller Ashleigh Hazley, Senior Manager of Programming at the Muhammad Ali Center
  • The Muhammad Ali Center Council of Students
  • Dr. Rhonda Cosby, Principal at Grace James Academy
  • Dr. Ricky Jones, University of Louisville Pan African Studies Department
  • Sydni Gordon, Social Justice Teacher at Knight Middle School
$10 Recommended donation for each program.
Register Here

Other Upcoming Racial Reckoning Dates and Topics:

To delve deeper in the subject matter, please visit the Muhammad Ali Center's temporary exhibit, Truth Be Told: The Policies that Impacted Black Lives and the Frazier History Museum's new exhibition, West of Ninth: Race, Reckoning, & Reconciliation.

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