Muhammad Ali legacy discussed tonight
Jen Mozen, a speaker from the Muhammad Ali Center, will give a presentation at Bowling Green State University tonight at 6 in Olscamp Hall on the legacy Ali had in sports and politics.
We Are One Team (WA1T), a student organization that uses sport as a forum to create dialogue and to promote friendship between stereotyped groups on campus, is hosting the event, which is free and open to the public.
Mozen, who is part of the “Ali in All of Us” program, also will share the strategies of how members of the BGSU and Bowling Green communities can honor Ali’s legacy and make a change in the community.
Erin Herbert, director of programming at the Muhammad Ali Center, will also speak via Skype.
The event will be in Room 115 in Olscamp Hall.
Through the power of sport, WA1T aims to strengthen the sense of community at BGSU by creating awareness of social injustice and by facilitating an environment that values inclusion, diversity and acceptance. WA1T represents a group of advocates for positive social change who are united by their mutual love and passion for sports.