I Am Ali Festival

To commemorate the life of Muhammad Ali, the city of Louisville hosted the I Am Ali Festival at The Kentucky Center on June 8. The Festival celebrated Ali’s life journey and fierce determination as an example to all children that no matter what, they too can be the greatest.

Photos by BILL WINE

Guests had the opportunity to write a message on the \Floyd Jones, Jr. wrote a message on the banner.“I Am Ali” Day.Mayor Greg Fischer and Adiva McQuarter.Aslin Hair was interviewed by the media.Beckett, Cortney and Macie Labar, Anna and Gina Schmitz.Alana, Koneshia and Laila Ebbs, Deazja Persley and Tamara Davis.Mayor Greg Fischer was interviewed.Eli, Landon and Niki King.Robert Berry and Tamara Davis.Sophia Ehrler.Roderick Woods was lifted by Mayor Greg Fischer.Brooklin James, Lily Ford and Courtney Simmon.Hannah, Jamie and Courtney Simmon.The event was held at The Kentucky Center For The Arts.Katie Travis sang while Dale Rieling played the piano.Katie Travis and Dale Rieling.\Addison Davis.Steven Mayes played chess.Amos Bishop, Peggy Paul and Lily Bishop.The Central High School band performed.Bobbie Baker reached high to write a message on the banner.Phyllis Sanders- Garnett wrote a message on the banner.Angel, Autumn, Ashton and Addison Phelps.The St. Stephen Church choir sang.Lindsay Bale and Nya Ruiz.The event was held at The Kentucky Center For The Arts.Nicole Finley and Delisa House danced.Eloise, Hunter, Beatrice and Anne Miriam Weinberg.Kamdyn Ellington made an imprint of his hand.\A memorial was located outside the Muhammad Ali Museum.Dr. L. Eugene Vaughn. Wali Hamid and Doug Ash.Kids R\' Us group posed for a photo with their banner.Children placed flowers at the memorial.\A memorial was located outside the Muhammad Ali Museum.