Phoebe Kilby began her work in racial reconciliation in 2007, when she first contacted Betty Kilby Baldwin on Martin Luther King Day. Phoebe’s ancestors were slaveholders; Betty is descended from the slaves that Phoebe’s family once held. Phoebe and Betty have since become leaders in Coming to the Table, which seeks to fulfill Dr. King’s dream that “the sons of former slaves and the sons of former slave owners will be able to sit down together at the table of brotherhood.” Dr. Betty Kilby Baldwin began her journey as a plaintiff in the case of Betty Kilby, et al., vs. Warren County Board of Education to open up the local high school to African Americans. Her journey is documented in her book Wit, Will & Walls. Her passion is that all mankind can live, work and play together in love, peace and harmony. Phoebe and Betty lead workshops and dialogues on racial reconciliation across the United States. They hope to assist others interested in improving race relations in their communities.