Ali’s childhood home was marked a historical landmark by the Kentucky Historical Society. Metro Councilman David Tandy was a strong supporter for this to take place. There was a ceremony filled with music and speeches by local governmental figures and family members such as the brother of Muhammad Ali, Rahman Ali. Bands from local schools played music as they walked the street of Grand Avenue located in the Parkland Neighborhood in Louisville’s West End. It was a celebration to highlight Louisville’s own.