Maryum Ali, daughter of Muhammad Ali, on America’s New Racism

May May Ali writes that As a little girl, her father asked her what she thought her purpose in life was and she replied, “I want to help people.”

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Muhammad and May May Ali

WASHINGTON, February 11, 2017 – Mayum “May-May” Ali is speaking out on the racism and hate. Muhammed Ali’s eldest child of nine, was born and raised in Chicago, Illinois.  On her website, she writes that As a little girl, her father asked her what she thought her purpose in life was and she replied, “I want to help people.”

Muhammad Ali and Maryum Ali

May May’s efforts to help people have manifested in a myriad of ways throughout her life. She shares her
thoughts here.



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