Muhammad Ali: A Humanitarian Life is a unique biography of this iconic champion that chronicles his rise as a great humanitarian alongside his rise as a fighter, revealing the profound influence Ali had both in and out of the ring and that will endure for ages to come.
Margueritte Shelton is a new voice in the non-fiction genre. As an avid volunteer invested in humanitarian work, she was named an honorary member of the National Museum of the American Indian for her contributions. She participated in the international hunger relief organization "Rise Against Hunger," the Longest Walk in Washington, DC, and more. She is a member of the Muhammad Ali Center and supports their humanitarian awards events in Louisville, Kentucky.