The Peace Bus Saturday, September 4 12:00 noon to 2:00pm and 3:00pm to ...
The Peace Bus Saturday, September 4 12:00 noon to 2:00pm and 3:00pm to ...

The Peace Bus

Saturday, September 4
12:00 noon - 2:00pm & 3:00pm - 5:00pm

Free and Open to the Public
Kwami Amoah-Forson and The Peace Bus will be at the Muhammad Ali Center on Saturday, September 4th, from 12:00 noon to 2:00pm and 3:00pm to 5:00pm. In the Center's Main Lobby, Kwami will be giving away free books to children with themes of peace, love, kindness, and humanity. The event is free and open to the public. Regular admission rates apply to those visiting the Ali Center exhibits.
Learn More About Kwami's Journey Here

Eighth Annual Muhammad Ali Humanitarian Awards

Friday, November 12

6:00pm - 10:00pm

Get Your Seat Before They're Gone!

The Muhammad Ali Center invites you to celebrate Greatness at the Eighth Annual Muhammad Ali Humanitarian Awards! This year will be unlike any other as we will, for the first time, be hosting the #AliAwards at the Muhammad Ali Center.
We know many of you, like us, are closely watching the Delta variant. At the Muhammad Ali Center, safety is our NUMBER ONE concern. Read about our Safety Measures HERE.
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Give for Good Louisville

September 17th

When our community comes together with donations big and small, we can change the world around us. Thank you for your past support to the Muhammad Ali Center during this annual day of giving in our city.
Give on September 17th Here

New Temporary Exhibition Coming Soon!

"Inspiration to Action: Exploring the Intersection of Muhammad Ali & Art"

Opens Saturday, September 25th

This new temporary exhibit will feature 18 pieces in various mediums, from speedbags to collages, and will demonstrate the various ways each artist was influenced, shaped, and affected by Muhammad Ali. This unique exhibit comes from both our permanent collection and on loan items from generous patrons.
Learn More About Our Other Temporary Exhibitions

The Courier-Journal, Muhammad Ali Center, and Frazier History Museum Present: Racial Reckoning

Racial Reckoning: Housing

Thursday, September 30

7:00 - 8:00pm
at the Frazier History Museum

Racial Reckoning is a new four-part conversation series on racial justice that will take a deeper look at four topics: housing, education, policing, and health. We are proud to offer this series in partnership with the Frazier History Museum and The Courier-Journal. Our first program, Racial Reckoning: Housing, will include the following participants:
  • Moderator Trent Findley, Director of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion at Metro United Way
Panelists will include:
  • Storyteller Ed White, Founder of Louisville’s River City Drum Corps
  • Mattie Jones, Civil Rights Activist
  • Jecorey Arthur, Metro City Council District 4
  • Jackie Floyd, Russell Resident and Lead Community Outreach Specialist for Russell:  A Place of Promise
  • John D. Borders Jr., Attorney
  • Celine Mutuyemariya, Community Organizer and Housing Justice Advocate

Racial Reckoning Discussion Dates and Topics:

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Check Out Our Wide Variety of Items at the Ali Center Retail Store

Shop in person at the Ali Center or visit our Online Retail Store and get your purchase shipped directly to your home!
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Let Us Make Your Event 'The Greatest!'

View all of our event venues and learn more about how we are here to help with all of your event needs. If you have questions about COVID guidelines for events, please email For more event space photos, follow @AliCenterEvents on Instagram!
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The Muhammad Ali Center is a 501(c)(3) organization led by a volunteer Board of Directors made possible by the generosity of individual, corporate and foundation donors like you!
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