Had a zoom interview where out of 5 interviewers, only one was visible besides myself. Each asked different work related questions, which is customary. Then came the question,,, "Tell us an example where you have encountered diversity in the work place". Well I froze. This type of question, in my mind was dangerous. Were they testing my wokeness? Were they inquiring of my acceptance of LGBTQ, or my feelings pertaining to people who identify as other than male or female? IN retrospect, I should have asked them, one of them to phrase the question differently. I should have asked. "In what capacity do you mean? Are we speaking to collaborations with different vendors? Different business groups within this company I would be communicating on a daily basis? Did they mean working with cross functional teams?" Or were they testing me to feel out my beliefs or prejudices? I opted for defining my experience with peers, co-workers and cross functional teams as they relate to my business practices of I am a customer to the design engineering group and my customers are the tooling, IE, quality and eventually the shop floor. How does one with many years of experience, focused on just doing business to the best of their ability and following company guidelines, understand what this new interview question is supposed to mean?