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Bikers Against Child Abuse

FAYETTEVILLE, AR -- Bikers from all walks of life filled the streets, but one group is working to empower children.
FAYETTEVILLE, AR -- Bikers from all walks of life filled the streets, but one group is working to empower children.

Bikers Against Child Abuse set up shop in the Collier's drug store parking lot off Dickson Street for Bikes, Blues & BBQ, hoping to raise awareness.

How the organization works is parents or guardians call and share struggles their child may be going through, whether facing bullying at school or having to testify in court. The biker family brings them into their circle and creates a strong support system.

"We'll go to court with them, we'll do whatever we need and help that child no longer feel afraid of the world around them," said Travis Cave.

BACA is an international organization and there are six chapters in the state. The Bikers Against Child Abuse Northwest Arkansas Chapter serves Madison, Carroll, Benton and Washington Counties.
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