Starbucks will close more than 8,000 of its stores for an afternoon of racial sensitivity training this month, after two black men were controversially arrested at one of its Philadelphia locations. The Washington Post Opinions section wants to hear from you: Have you ever seen or experienced racial discrimination in a public place? How did you handle it then? Would you handle it any differently if it happened today?

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