LOUISVILLE, Ky. — The Muhammad Ali Center wants the late boxing legend and Louisville native on a U.S. postage stamp including leaders from across the country.
The U.S. Conference of Mayors voted on and passed a resolution supporting the center’s effort.
That resolution points out Ali’s wins in the ring but also his life achievements including using his fame and influence to promote social change for the improvement of lives of all people.
The Ali Center said the process will take about a couple of years to get approval and develop the stamp.
Officials have also created the hashtag #GetTheChampAStamp and is encouraging everyone to share a photo of Ali they think should be on the stamp.
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