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MojoRising If I was the author I would approach this important issue differently. I would point out in whatever future articles are written that there is an example of a mostly white, male crowd that does treat the world right.

The only example of a violent act at a Phish show was at The Gorge and it was perpetuated by a local who was not a fan. A hired Security Guard by the venue. The band quietly took care of the fan with a private show/soundcheck. Again, the perp was not a fan or affiliated with the band.

I have been to shows with people of different races, sex orientations and with ADA. Hands down the ADA folks are treated the worse.

The community is a very accepting base because many of us have a screw loose in some form or another and try to be aware of each other.

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