In 1922, Langston Hughes wrote that, “Tomorrow, I’ll be at the table, when company comes nobody’ll dare say to me, ‘Eat in the kitchen,’ then. Besides, they’ll see how beautiful I am and be ashamed.” Ninety-four years later, there are still few African Americans at the table.  Corporate leadership is still predominantly white, blacks are thrown into prison at a disproportionately high rate, and people of color suffer more acutely from poverty and unemployment. Hugh Taft-Morales challenges himself and all humanists to deconstruct systemic racial privilege so we can all benefit from a more empowering multicultural perspective that honors the inherent worth of all.