Muhammad Ali remembered in new exhibit in Brixton

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Muhammad Ali remembered in new exhibit in Brixton

When Muhammad Ali came to Brixton in 1999, locals lined the street to get a glimpse of their hero.

Now the former boxing champ known as "The Greatest" has his own corner at the areas Black Cultural Archives.

The exhibit was put together following Ali's death at the age of 74. At the venue, London Live spoke to Dawn Hill, Chair of the Black Cultural Association and the Vice Chair, Miranda Brawn.

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