Episode
June 6, 2016

The legacy of Muhammad Ali

What did the boxing legend and social justice icon mean to the world?
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To millions, he was boxing’s “greatest of all time”. To many others, he was so much more. From his poetic trash-talking and exceptional boxing skills to his racial justice and anti-war advocacy, Muhammad Ali’s influence in sports and culture is undeniable. Reactions to Friday's passing of the 74-year-old legend are pouring in from athletes, civil rights activists, artists and celebrities across the world. On Monday at 19:30 GMT, we’ll discuss what Ali meant to our community, and what his legacy will and should be.
 

In this episode of The Stream, we speak with: 
 

Tariq Touré @TariqToure
Essayist and poet

Michael Kirtley
International feature writer and filmmaker  

Rick Olivares @rickyolivares
Sports writer

What should the world know or remember most about Muhammad Ali? Leave your thoughts in the comments section below. 

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