I feel that most interview questions are antiquated, situated in a world where people are looking for workers who can stamp this and shovel that. Although some jobs still require it, what employers are really looking for is someone who can think on their feet, find a solution, and implement it with others and/or alone, as need be. We need to start formulating our questions that way.
Surprised? None of these questions have to do with race, age, gender, or identity, directly. It cuts right to the chase: Do you know how to work/communicate with people (paid or not), and can you problem solve? In an interview, that’s all we really want to know.