Inequality can make us as sick as germs. Seemingly abstract concepts like racism, sexism, and other inequalities can become corporeal, or of the body. In addition to psycho-emotional tolls and internalized forms of oppression, social inequalities influence weight, body composition, height, posture, hormone levels, stress load, and mind-body-spirit balance. While organizations adopt diversity & inclusion initiatives, systemic inequality persists. Leaders of the nation’s work places often admit they have a long way to go when it comes to improving their racial climates. Meanwhile, many professionals of color navigate their work spaces restrained, tokenized, silenced, marginalized, and enduring racial battle fatigue. Many white professionals navigate their work spaces in varying existential, emotional, and egoistic states as well. In turn, organizations grapple with repressed tensions, challenging organizational cultures, toxic racial climates, high-performance attrition, and low-attractiveness to professionals of color; all of which influence their capacity to deliver on their mission.