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Ethnic Bazaar 2017

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Ethnic Bazaar 2017

Sabrina Y0n0, Juinor Staff Reporter

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Ethnic Bazaar is a favorite day at Mercy where students come together and share their cultures through art, food, clothing, and music. Human Relations Council has been organizing this event for years in order to promote unity throughout Mercy. These events take place during school second through six hour in the drama studio. The performances this year included the African, step, and hip hop dances by B.A.S.E., as well as the Chaldean, Greek, Indian, Italian, and Japanese dances. There was also a British spoken word and a French song. Henna art was also available in the lobby and a cultural table was displayed to allow students to share objects that represent their culture.

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Mercy High School ~ Farmington Hills, Michigan
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