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A Seat at the Table repeats Sunday on ETV
Reconciliation, envisioned and commissioned by Rainey, outside the Camden Archives and Museum. - photo by C-I file photo
“A Seat at the Table: Pathways to Reconciliation,” executive produced by the late John Rainey of Camden, will be repeat broadcast on S.C. Education Television (ETV) at 5 p.m. Sunday. Immediately after the broadcast, ETV will air “A Seat at the Table Follow-Up” at 6 p.m. Rainey, an attorney and philanthropist, is best known in Camden for having envisioned and commissioned “Reconciliation,” a set of statuary created by Camden sculptor Maria J. Kirby-Smith. The artwork stands in front of the Camden Archives and Museum depicting a fictional meeting between Major League Baseball Hall of Famer and Camden native Larry Doby -- the first African-American in the American Baseball League -- and Bernard Baruch, also a Camden native, who helped finance the launch of what is now KershawHealth more than a century ago.