The new number of people of color on your board should be at least two, so they can have a buddy to eat lunch with. This is true for African-Americans' arts organizations, too. Mix it up. If everyone looks like you, you always get the same old things. Spread the wealth. The thought is that if you include others, excellence will not be a part of the equation, and that is certainly not the truth. Crayola keeps adding more and more colors to their crayon box, because everyone wants to belong, be a part of something.