Reconciliation | ETV Shorts

Two men, Larry Doby and Bernard Baruch, are honored together in the form of bronze sculptures in downtown Camden, South Carolina. Both were Camden natives who went on to leave an indelible mark on the nation by rejecting the voices of racial and religious division. Larry Doby was the first African American baseball player to integrate the American League. Bernard Baruch was a Jewish financier, philanthropist and advisor to Presidents.