Muhammad Ali and Benetton, partners for urban youths

Browne, J. Zamgba
July 1994
New York Amsterdam News;7/16/94, Vol. 85 Issue 29, p20
Reports on Benetton Sportsystem's financial contribution to boxing player Muhammad Ali's newly developed non-profit organization, the Muhammad Ali Future Foundation. Focus on improving the lives of urban youth in high-risk environments through a variety of initiatives; Ali's plan to develop anti-drug programs and provide proper training in the fundamentals of business and economics.


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