QUINCY, MASS. (WHDH) - Quincy school officials are planning to meet with parents on Monday after a racist student-made video led to a fight and walkout at the city’s high school last week.

The student who made the video and another student got into a fight over the video last week, school officials said.

The video was created a year ago but was recently shared on social media, and dozens of students walked out of class on Friday in protest of how administrators had handled the situation.

In a statement, Quincy Public Schools Superintendent Kevin Mulvey said, “The district has heard and acknowledges the concerns of students and families regarding systemic racism within our school community and is taking steps to address them as quickly and comprehensively as possible.”

The virtual meeting Monday begins at 3 p.m., with an in-person meeting scheduled for 5 p.m.

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