At Yale University, a dormitory resident called the campus police on a black student who fell asleep in a common room.
At a Starbucks cafe in Philadelphia, an employee called the police on two black men who were waiting for a business associate.
And at a California Airbnb, a neighbor who thought she was witnessing a burglary called the police on three black guests as they were loading their suitcases into a car.
The past few weeks have seen a rash of headlines in which people of color who were simply going about their lives were unjustly accused of wrongdoing, and the police were summoned.
We want to hear from you, our readers, about how racial stereotypes may have led you to wrongly suspect someone of misconduct — or even to call the police. How did the interaction unfold? What did you learn from it? What happened to the person who was wronged?