Mack – Conquering an Abused Child’s Fear: B.A.C.A.’s Only Mission

Image: Mack

Image: Mack

Bikers Against Child Abuse® (B.A.C.A. ®) is an international association of bikers dedicated to a single cause: empowering abused children to not be afraid of the world in which they live. A patched member of B.A.C.A. ® will describe how B.A.C.A. ® came to be, how it is structured and how it acts to enable abused children to shed the terror that abuse causes and face the world confidently. There is no other organization in the world that is what B.A.C.A. ® is and that does what B.A.C.A. ® does. The crew of hairy, tattooed, menacing misfits that roars past you on the Interstate may just be some of the most dedicated humanitarians around. This presentation will give you a glimpse inside their world and the work they do.

A patched, seven-year member of Bikers Against Child Abuse®, (B.A.C.A. ®), Mack serves as President of the organization’s Patapsco Valley, Maryland chapter. He is involved in dealing with agencies that refer children to B.A.C.A. ® and, like all B.A.C.A. ® patched members, he is a primary contact for several B.A.C.A.® kids. Mack has spoken to government, law enforcement and social service agencies; private organizations involved in child abuse treatment and prevention; civic, fraternal and social groups throughout the eastern United States. He also instructs members and chapters in several areas of B.A.C.A.® operations.

You can also read our earlier interview with Mack here.

This is just one of many programs at this year’s RG – return to the program page to read more about other confirmed speakers and events!

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