SALINE, Mich. (CBS DETROIT) – Parents packed in at the Saline Elementary School Wednesday night, having a conversation over race and discrimination.

The meeting is just one of five scheduled with the community after a heated exchange at a previous meeting raised new concerns.

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Teachers joined in on the conversation to find new ways to talk about the difficult subject.

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Many of the parents there say they agree part of the curriculum needs to change.

The district says the listening sessions are to address any form of racism.

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