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Mercy High School ~ Farmington Hills, Michigan


Mercy High School ~ Farmington Hills, Michigan


Mercy High School ~ Farmington Hills, Michigan


Mercy’s annual Ethnic Bazaar is a success


On Friday, December 1, Mercy’s Human Relations Council put on the annual Ethnic Bazaar to showcase different cultures throughout the Mercy community. From 2nd to 6th hour, Mercy students and community members filled the Drama Studio, watching an approximately 40 minute show. It’s no secret that Ethnic Bazaar is loved by the Mercy community and is always an anticipated event.

“Ethnic bazaar is a great way to show and share our appreciation for world cultures and traditions by our peers,” senior Carson Kecskes said. 

Having the chance to experience different cultures that some may not be familiar with helps foster an environment of empathy and openness to learning about other cultures.

“I love to learn about other cultures since I have never been around many,” freshman Michelle Hunter said.

Ethnic Bazaar includes performances from BASE, Greek club, MESA, and more. The performance was not the only part of Ethnic Bazaar that people looked forward to, though, as there was also an abundance of food from different cultures. As the Mercy community continues to grow, it is essential that we are open to learning more about cultural diversity and cultures that are not the same as our own. 

“I believe that every culture should be celebrated everywhere. We should always strive to learn about other people from different and unique parts of the world,” junior Aneesa Syed said.

Check out Newsprint’s November print issue to learn more about Ethnic Bazaar!

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