Muhammad Ali and me have one thing in common: we were Black in the seventies.
Muhammad Ali. Ali was always full of surprises. He danced in the boxing ring, rapped at press conferences, recited poetry in TV interviews, preached Islam from the back of a Cadillac and invoked revolution in a generation.
The critically acclaimed coming-of-age story of a young black girl growing up in foster care and her fantastical friendship with the legendary Ali is performed in memory and celebration of Muhammad Ali, The Greatest, 1942-2016.
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