Looking back on Ethnic Bazaar


The Human Relations Council, Black Awareness Society for Education (BASE), and tens of Mercy students of different ethnicities and backgrounds worked together to put on a display of the school’s cultural diversity and uphold the tradition of Ethnic Bazaar on Thursday, Nov. 10. A mere two days after a presidential election that confirmed the existence of a great divide among Americans, many teachers, faculty, staff, and students were still able to put any differences aside and admire the beauty of our flourishing diversity through song, dance, and food.


Nine acts performed in Ethnic Bazaar, including a French song; Irish, Ukrainian, Italian, Chaldean, and Indian dances; and BASE’s African, step, and hip hop dances. (Photo Credits: Brooklyn Rue)