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A $6 million fundraiser has started in hopes to turn the childhood home of boxing legend Muhammad Ali back into a museum. Las Vegas real estate developer Jared Weiss and Ali’s former wife, Khalilah Camacho-Ali, are leading the campaign through a nonprofit named the Muhammad Ali Childhood Home Museum to reopen Ali’s childhood home, which is located in Louisville, as a museum.

The home was turned into a museum in 2016 but in 2017 was closed over financial issues. The new fundraising efforts are to make improvements on the home and to start a fund for college scholarships in Ali’s name.

“Donations will also go toward expanding The Museum footprint,…

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