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Make Juggalos Great Again

Make Juggalos Great Again

In 2011, the FBI classified Juggalos, dedicated fans of the hip hop group Insane Clown Posse, as a “loosely organized hybrid gang." On September 16, 2017, an estimated 1500 Juggalos participated in "The Juggalo March on Washington," a rally at the Lincoln memorial to protest the classification. On the same day, at the same time, just on the other side of the national mall, supporters of Donald Trump held an assembly called "The Mother of All Rallies." Both groups were primarily composed of a similar demographic. Young and middle aged disaffected white males, who feel that they've been scorned by mainstream society. Through ostentatious displays of group identity, they hoped to gain a sense of community that they feel they've been deprived of by mainstream American culture. 

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Make Juggalos Great Again

In 2011, the FBI classified Juggalos, dedicated fans of the hip hop group Insane Clown Posse, as a “loosely organized hybrid gang." On September 16, 2017, an estimated 1500 Juggalos participated in "The Juggalo March on Washington," a rally at the Lincoln memorial to protest the classification. On the same day, at the same time, just on the other side of the national mall, supporters of Donald Trump held an assembly called "The Mother of All Rallies." Both groups were primarily composed of a similar demographic. Young and middle aged disaffected white males, who feel that they've been scorned by mainstream society. Through ostentatious displays of group identity, they hoped to gain a sense of community that they feel they've been deprived of by mainstream American culture. 

Make Juggalos Great Again
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JuggaloTrump21.JPG
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JuggaloTrump31.JPG
JuggaloTrump60.JPG
JuggaloTrump28.JPG
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JuggaloTrump37.JPG
JuggaloTrump74.JPG
JuggaloTrump20.JPG
JuggaloTrump63.JPG
JuggaloTrump15.JPG
JuggaloTrump53.JPG
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