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Muhammad Ali Rhetoric
How did you choose your topic: We chose our topic of Muhammad Ali because Ali was not just a fighter in the ring, he was a fighter for all African Americans, for all freedom fighters, for all the segregated and for every struggling Muslim. Ali took a stand being an African American Idol to all of his followers.

How did you conduct your research: My partner and I gathered information online, from books, and documentaries. We also asked local boxing coaches to gather their point of views on the G.O.A.T.

How did you select AND create your presentation: We selected to choose the category website because we are able to give our audience a different perspective of Ali's life. We created our presentation by exchanging information between each

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