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Roberto Clemente was more than a great baseball player - he was also a committed humanitarian who challenged racial discrimination and worked for social justice. Monday, April 21, 9PM KUAT6

Roberto Clemente and Fab

Before his untimely death in 1972, Roberto Clemente became an important symbol for the United States’ growing Latino population, who watched him excel in America’s pastime while maintaining his Latino identity. This documentary profiles an exceptional baseball player and committed humanitarian who challenged racial discrimination to become baseball’s first Latino superstar.

Find out more about the Roberto Clemente story and see previews at pbs.org

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