Muhammad Ali’s childhood home to undergo $250,000 renovation

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Muhammad Ali’s childhood home in Louisville, Kentucky is in the process of being restored.

The home sits in Louisville on Grand Avenue and it will undergo a $250,000 renovation with the Jesus and a Job program providing labor.

Jesus and a Job puts to work men and women who might not be hired by other employers because of previous felonies or substance abuse issues.

Ex-felons and unemployed workers will be hired to work at the home, which will become a historic tourist attraction in west Louisville.