I read on Reddit where a few of the Indians were going to start walking from and tried to catch the gangs over in the 7th Ward. At both 9:30 and noon on Fat Tuesday, I crawled the neighborhoods I thought they’d be at, to no success. Then, we drove up to the overpass and I saw the Fa Ya Ya at Mother-In-Law’s, about to cross the street.
The first photo is of a Baby Doll who was rolling with Fa Ya Ya. Baby Dolls have a long, interesting history in the city around the red-light district and Jim Crow. You can read about them over on NPR’s writeup from 2013.
In the photos below, you’ll see two of Fa Ya Ya’s spy boys, and a flag boy.
This little girl was the meanest, cutest little Indian I’d ever seen! I don’t know what group she’s with.
Nor this guy. I couldn’t catch the name of their group.