After boxing banned him in 1967, he got up. When people refused to call him by preferred name of Muhammad Ali, he showed them exactly what’s in a name. When people questioned his beliefs, he showed them what true belief really looked like.
Ali was named the grand marshal of the Watts Summer Festival in 1967 and led a 30-block parade through the heart of the site where riots occurred two years earlier. As the parade chairman Billy Joe Tidwell put it, “Ali epitomized the new era in the history of the black man in America.”
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