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Big, Tough Bikers Confronted This Little Boy For A Reason He'll Never Forget

After being the victim of a string of race-related hate crimes, seven-year-old Eze was feeling alone in a world where he was judged for the color of his skin.

The targeting of the boy and his family made Eze afraid to leave his house. Shocked by the racial divide in his neighborhood, Steve Vachon, a member of the Manchester Motorcycle Club, decided to rally his biker friends and extend a welcoming hand to the young boy. Along with 20 of his pals, Vachon made Eze an honorary member of the club.

Who would’ve thought that these seemingly rough and tough biker dudes had such kind hearts?


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With everything that’s going on in the world today, it’s a relief to see that there are still people out there who are willing to lend a helping hand.


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