“Together We Are”- Ethnic Bazar 2018

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“Together We Are”- Ethnic Bazar 2018

Jada Gordon, Staff Writer

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Every year, Mercy and the Human Relations Coucil (HRC) coordinate a day of performances to celebrate the numerous cultures represented at school. Students sign up to perform dances or other forms of cultural entertainment as well as bring in food from their cultures.

The freshman and sophomore Middle Eastern dance line. Photo by Jada Gordon

The senior traditional Middle Eastern dance. Photo by Jada Gordon

Seniors sport bright blues and purples in this year’s Indian dance. Photo by Jada Gordon

The ladies behind the fun and colorful Irish dance stop and pose for a picture just before their performance. Photo by Jada Gordon

The Black Awareness Society for Education (B.A.S.E) seniors dance to “Lean Back” by Terror Squad in this year’s hip-hop dance. Photo by Tracy Ellison

(From left to right) Seniors Abby Najar and Christina Thomas take pride in their final dance in Ethnic Bazaar. Photo by Tracy Ellison

Mercy HRC member and senior Tracy Ellison smiles during a brief intermission. Photo by Jada Gordon

Senior Brynna Connolly relaxes after her first performance of the traditional Bo Kata. Photo by Jada Gordon

The sophomores perform a traditional Indian dance in beautiful, colorful skirts. Photo by Jada Gordon

A few girls from the junior step dance crew take a break from their powerful performance. Photo by Jada Gordon

Mercy girls enjoy getting traditional Henna tattoos on their arms from talented Mercy girls. Photo by Jada Gordon

The seniors and juniors join together to perform a traditional Greek dance. Photo by Jada Gordon

Senior Kylie Kreucher sings a traditional German Leider song.

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