In the name and spirit of Muhammad Ali’s famous declaration, “I am America,” The Muhammad Ali Center is launching a new, programmatic series that “will offer critical analysis of the history and intersectionality of social justice issues, while offering action steps for those wanting to create positive social change.” The inaugural event features panelists T Benicio Gonzales of the Louisville Center for Health Equity, Trinidad Jackson, doctoral candidate at the UofL School of Public Health and Dr. Brandy Kelly Pryor from the Humana Foundation. It will be moderated by Dr. Steven Kniffley Jr. from the Spalding University Center for Behavioral Health. The program will run every other Wednesday and be made available on the Ali Center website (alicenter.org) after each event. The event is free but registration is required.
Wednesday, Sept. 9Online
5-6 p.m. | Free ($10 suggested donation)