Juggalos march on Washington

This weekend, the Juggalos marched on Washington.

Hundreds of fans of hip-hop duo Insane Clown Posse descended upon the city on Saturday (local time), protesting their 2011 FBI classification as a gang.

In a video for the march, rapper Violent J laid out the discrimination his fans have faced as a result.

"We hear hundreds of f**ked up, foul-ass stories - ninjas losing their jobs, being denied entry into the military, even losing custody of their kids in court battles because they are officially and legally labelled gang members," he complained.

Many of the protesters wore the group's famous black-and-white face paint and carried protest signs with messages like "Judge me not by the color of my facepaint" and "Faygo not fascism".

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