John and Anne Rainey pose with the statues they had sculpted of Camden native sons Larry Doby, the first African-American to integrate the American Baseball League, and financier Bernard Baruch, of Jewish ancestry and an adviser to presidents. Mr Rainey’s reconciliation project grew out of this effort.
John and Anne Rainey pose with the statues they had sculpted of Camden native sons Larry Doby, the first African-American to integrate the American Baseball League, and financier Bernard Baruch, of Jewish ancestry and an adviser to presidents. Mr Rainey’s reconciliation project grew out of this effort. Tim Dominick tdominick@thestate.com
John and Anne Rainey pose with the statues they had sculpted of Camden native sons Larry Doby, the first African-American to integrate the American Baseball League, and financier Bernard Baruch, of Jewish ancestry and an adviser to presidents. Mr Rainey’s reconciliation project grew out of this effort. Tim Dominick tdominick@thestate.com

Scoppe: Is this the way to get SC past all that race stuff?

September 05, 2015 3:00 PM

More Videos

  • Schools in Denmark-Olar are old and inadequate, a problem in many rural districts

    More than 20 years after poor, rural schools sued the state for more support, little has been done to ensure that children in different zip codes have access to the same quality education. As the economy has recovered, legislators have given all K-12 scho