● Muhammad Ali:
Born January 17,1942, Cassius Clay Jr., also known as Muhammad Ali and nicknamed “The Greatest” was a boxer, activist, philanthropist, and entrepreneur. Ali is widely known as one of the most celebrated figures of the 20th century and greatest boxers of all time after winning 56 titles. During his younger years, Ali stood his ground, refusing to go to war inspiring Black Americans all over. Beyond his political stances, Ali was an example of determination, resilience and truth. He retired in 1981, three years later he made public that he was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease. After boxing he became a big philanthropist and active public figure until his death June 3, 2016.