Ethnic Bazaar 2017


On one anticipated day every school year, Mercy embraces the different cultures and ethnicities of students through the annual Ethnic Bazaar. Led by Mercy’s Human Relations Council (HRC), Ethnic Bazaar is an event in which Mercy students are able to share aspects of their culture through ethnic food, cultural practices and symbols— such as the Indian art form of Henna and the cultural table—and diverse performances put on by students. This year, there were nine performance pieces, including Greek, Indian, Italian, and Chaldean dances, Black Awareness Society for Education’s (BASE) African, step, and hip-hop dances, a Japanese Bo Kata performance, a French song, and a British spoken word.

(Photo Credits: Skyler Black)