Mourners pay tribute at Muhammad Ali's boyhood home in Louisville

06/04/2016 09:27 PM

Muhammad Ali lived with his parents and brother in the same home in Louisville’s West End from 1947 until 1961. The area was segregated and Ali attributed his experiences growing up there with how he formed his opinions on race and his place in the world. CN|2’s Garrett Moore spoke with Ali’s brother, Rahman Ali, and other mourners, friends and strangers alike, who came to that home Saturday when they learned of Ali’s death to show their support.

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