My response, "Have you ever thought of hiring more minorities?" Their response, "Well, our philosophy is to hire the best and most qualified candidate." Which makes sense, unless you're a minority.
It would be like if every NFL team's coach was an African American. White people around the country would think, "huh, that's weird." And then they would challenge that system by saying, "Don't you think their should be more diversity at the head coach position? The NFL would respond, "Well, we just hire the most qualified." Then why are all of the "most qualified" coaches black?
This is why the Rooney Rule is in affect - every NFL team, when hiring a coach, must interview minorities. You've got to at least give them a shot.
So here's just a thought: next time you go to hire someone, make sure you interview a diverse group (including women). It's about being intentional - diversity doesn't just happen. If you want an array of cultures and colors at your church or at your youth group, then you might want to look like who you want to attract.