“Like Muhammad Ali puts it, we are all — black and brown and poor — victims of the same system of oppression.” -Martin Luther King Jr.
When greatness defines the champion, and the conviction defines the man — that was Muhammad Ali. He took a stand for social justice and civil rights, and his fight had a purpose. It was to unify. To inspire. To heal and bring equality to a world that needed an example. Ali, who was the grand marshal of the Watts Parade on Aug. 14, 1967, stood up for himself. For what was right. And for the bigger fight that was going on around him.
Officially licensed by Muhammad Ali.
Printed in the USA
Specialty crackle ink, designed to wear off giving a vintage look and feel
Color of actual product may vary from photo
Wash with cold water
Hang to dry
Model is 6'0" and wearing size M
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