13 year old Cody Alicea was told by school officials he couldn't fly an American flag on his bike. Watch what happens when a single American child is told to put his flag away because it may offend others. Honor the flag, honor your country!
Kim “Bossy” McHaffie, the Feather River chapter’s Child Liaison, addresses Bikers Against Child Abuse members during a meeting in Woodland. While BACA members must have access to a motorcycle, McHaffie states: “We are an organization...not a motorcycle club.” BACA members empower children by standing by them during abuse trials, encouraging them in their lives and helping prepare them for school. photo by Wayne Tilcock/Enterprise
South Carolina gets a standing ovation by their Brothers and Sisters as the newest chapter at the 2014 BACA International Business Conference and Training. Seven SC members received their back patches while 906 reps from 160 chapters in what is now (with South Dakota) 41 states, in six countries (9 more being developed) on three continents showed respect. Now the really hard work begins...re-earning that patch 24-7-365 empowering the wounded children of their state to no longer live in fear.