The portrait of heavyweight boxing champion Muhammad Ali reveals his ever-present intensity. Ali and comedian and activist Dick Gregory in June 1976 organized and participated in a Bicentennial Food Run from Los Angeles to New York. The event was in St. Louis, where Gregory and Ali also held a news conference to make the public aware of the hunger problem. I shot the photos and wrote the news story for The St. Louis Sentinel, a weekly black newspaper.
The portrait of heavyweight boxing champion Muhammad Ali reveals his ever-present intensity. Ali and comedian and activist Dick Gregory in June 1976 organized and participated in a Bicentennial Food Run from Los Angeles to New York. The event was in St. Louis, where Gregory and Ali also held a news conference to make the public aware of the hunger problem. I shot the photos and wrote the news story for The St. Louis Sentinel, a weekly black newspaper. Lewis W. Diuguid The Kansas City Star
The portrait of heavyweight boxing champion Muhammad Ali reveals his ever-present intensity. Ali and comedian and activist Dick Gregory in June 1976 organized and participated in a Bicentennial Food Run from Los Angeles to New York. The event was in St. Louis, where Gregory and Ali also held a news conference to make the public aware of the hunger problem. I shot the photos and wrote the news story for The St. Louis Sentinel, a weekly black newspaper. Lewis W. Diuguid The Kansas City Star

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