Honoring Black History: The Life and Legacy of Muhammad Ali
Tuesday, February 14 12:30 pm - 1:50 pm Votta Hall Auditorium
Mount Laurel Campus

“Ali! Ali! Ali!”

Crowds throughout the world chanted his name. Millions looked up to him. He is considered one of the greatest boxers that stepped into the ring. His battles with Sonny Liston, Floyd Patterson, George Foreman, and “Smokin Joe” Frazier made him one of the most recognized figures in the twentieth century.

Muhammad Ali also fought battles OUTSIDE the ring. He fought for racial equality. He championed peace. He held steadfast through times even when he stood alone in his beliefs.

The man nicknamed the “The Greatest” left us a lasting legacy and has influenced many. Please join Political Science Assistant Professor Ken Mariano in welcoming English Instructor Malik Abdul-Jabbaar to celebrate the life and legacy of Muhammad Ali this Black History month.