A ninja who calls himself JuggaloKeselowski hit us up with an article that is good news for Juggalo students in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Apparently, there was a pretty strict clothing policy in place that specified a ban on clothing with any references to the Insane Clown Posse on it. This wasn’t the biggest or only ban in their former policy, but big enough to make mention of in the article.
The new policy, which is far more lenient than their uniform-like dress code before, takes effect in August when students return to school. Check out this excerpt from the article regarding ICP.
Students are no longer banned from wearing clothing representing the Insane Clown Posse — a reference known to draw blank stares from many local high-schoolers and parents until the hard-core hip-hop band and its fans, known as juggalos, staged rallies last year against President Donald Trump, racism and other forms of discrimination.
Now I’m not sure where the Santa Fe New Mexican gets their info, but I don’t know of any Anti-Trump protest that was led by Juggalos. Maybe they’re getting confused with the Juggalo March taking place during a Pro-Trump rally? Who knows. Either way, it’s a step in the right direction!
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