A website called TheFader.com has some post-March coverage where they asked 17 Juggalos what they want the world to know about us. It’s complete with some pretty dope pictures, and I think you’ll tend to agree with the sentiments of most of the subjects.
I’d post them all here, but since there are pictures to accompany them, I’ll give you an excerpt and then you can do the rest.
What does being a Juggalo mean to you?
Darnell: Family, commitment, music. For a long time I didn’t even follow the clowns, [but then], I opened my eyes and as I accepted it and became comfortable with who I am as myself, everyone else loved me even more — all the family surrounding me that I didn’t know existed.
Jordan: What is a Juggalo? I don’t fucking know, bro. All I know is I grew up listening to Insane Clown Posse because my older brother did, and any time I run into any of his homies all of them got nothing but love for me because I’m his brother. It’s a lot of love out here, it’s a beautiful thing.
Why are you at the march today?
Darnell: For my child. I’m a father, I have an 11-year-old in private school — it’s just for her future. It’s for the future of all the kids out here. We’re all husbands, fathers, business owners, police officers, and even military men who’ve lost some of their privileges of life because of the actions of a few. People do things in the name of different things but a million people aren’t doing the same thing. That’s why we’re out here to prove we aren’t criminals and this is music and it saves a lot of lives. It has saved millions and millions of lives and future generations of kids will see so much love from these stoners and weirdos who call them princesses and princes. No matter where you land, if you see a Juggalo and you show love, you’ll forever be taken care of and have a home. It’s a hospice around the world.
Check out the full article here: http://www.thefader.com/2017/09/18/juggalo-march-dc-photos-insane-clown-posse