FACES FROM THE JUGGALO MARCH IN D.C

This past weekend, thousands of Juggalo’s, fans of Insane Clown Posse and other similar artists, descended on Washington DC to protest the FBI’s designation of the sub culture as a ‘gang’. In doing so, those who listen to the music, are involved in the culture, attend the annual music festival or even ‘like’ a Juggalo related band are subject to discrimination by law enforcement, military or employers. Speakers raised questions as to how far an agency can go in designating any type of music as a kind of ‘crime’.01_Boyle_JaggalloMarch_0394

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