This was one of my favorite museums in the US and how it deals with one mans journey through life that encompasses civil rights, religion, athletics, inner spirit, intelligence (as defined by the testing standards), peace, community, and the list goes on. Go here with an open mind. You will learn about the man Cassius Clay, born poor in Louisville, but you will learn more about US history and the times he lived in and why he became Muslim. I left with tears in my eyes and a better understanding of watching perhaps the Greatest Fighter that has ever lived.
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