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LOUISVILLE, KY . The Auto Channel brings you special and exclusive video and audio coverage of the Ford Motor Company Fund announcment of their significant donation to the Muhammad Ali Center in a ceremony that took place on Tuesday, June 26, 2001 at the Belvedere in downtown Louisville.

The Muhammad Ali Center will be located on the riverfront in Louisville, KY, the hometown of Muhammad Ali. Worldwide education programs based on the themes of the Muhammad Ali Center (conflict resolution, diversity/multicultural training) will be developed and delivered in the Center and via the Internet, distance learning technology, and publications to schoolchildren and other groups worldwide.

The Muhammad Ali Center will include the Muhammad Ali Institute for Peacemaking and Conflict Resolution, a partnership with the University of Louisville. The mission of the Muhammad Ali Center is "to preserve and share the legacy and ideals of Muhammad Ali, to promote respect, hope and understanding, and to inspire people everywhere to be as great as they can be." The Institute will address the social issues and values that have been important to Muhammad Ali's life including cultural respect, human rights, diversity, and the peaceful resolution of conflict.

WHO: Muhammad Ali

Lonnie Ali, vice chair, Muhammad Ali Center

Ina Brown Bond, chair, Muhammad Ali Center

John G. Crew, manager, Kentucky Truck Plant

Michael J. Fox, president and CEO, Muhammad Ali Center

Janet Mullins Grissom, vice president, Washington Affairs, Ford Motor Company

John Ramsey, member of the board of directors, Muhammad Ali Center

John M. Rintamaki, group vice president and chief of staff, Ford Motor Company

John C. Tankesley, manager, Louisville Assembly Plant

Sandra E. Ulsh, executive director and vice president, Ford Motor Company Fund

WHERE: The Belvedere

Fifth and Main, Downtown Louisville

WHEN: 11:30AM 1:00PM, Tuesday, June 26, 2001

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