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Why Juggalos Are Marching on Washington

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When it was first announced in July 2016, the Juggalo March on Washington was considered a novelty at best. If it was mentioned in mainstream media at all, it was mostly ridiculed. Juggalos – fans of Insane Clown Posse, Twiztid and other artists who create rap-rock music that often combines carnival symbology with B-movie gore and dark comedy – have long been considered the lowest rung on the ladder of pop culture. Journalists hearing about the March made snide comments about avoiding D.C. that weekend and joked about how Juggalos didn't understand how magnets work. But there is good reason for the march: Since the FBI labeled Juggalos a "hybrid gang" in 2011, Juggalos have seen their community shift in the eye of the law, from mocked subculture to violent criminals.

http://www.rollingstone.com/culture/news/why-juggalos-are-marching-on-washington-w502228?utm_source=...

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