The South African Human Rights Commission (SAHRC) has invoked the principles and values of the country’s Constitution to declare the barring of white journalists from the Forum for Black Journalists (FBJ) unconstitutional. The ruling relates to a particular incident where two radio journalists, both white, sought entry to an FBJ gathering and were prevented from attending. The particular significance of this meeting was that it was to be addressed by the ANC president Jacob Zuma. His willingness to fulfil his engagement despite what happened left an impression that the president-in-waiting of this country had no problem with this instance of racial exclusivity. The point that also needs to be grasped is that this country is now well into its democratic dispensation where, while such experiential exigencies can be real, they carry less weight than before. It is now even more important that, at every level of society, South Africans should learn without inhibition to celebrate and express their humanness rather than their racial categories.