The usual slide show and video in a conference room type of thing. Two things caught my attention, though. First, we saw a video with about five different scenarios depicting sexual harassment. Every offender in the video was a white male (and in one case, a female). And every reasonable and professional co-worker, or HR exec handling the problem, was black or Hispanic. Second, it was repeatedly emphasized that if you are accused of harassment, your intentions are completely irrelevant. You can make a statement in a room full of people who have no problem with what you said, but if just one person "feels" offended, you can be charged with harassment. Oh, and we were told that Diversity Training is next on the horizon, so we can be sure to appreciate and be sensitive to all cultures.