A New Hampshire boy and his mother were terrorized by racist vandals. Horrific racist messages were sprawled on their car and on a sign in the yard of their new home.
This was a truly frightening time for a young man to experience, and it may have left him feeling all alone in this world.
When Jaci Stimson, the boy’s mother, shared what had happened to them, support came pouring from everywhere, including one group they never expected.
The Manchester Motorcycle club organized a ride where they picked Eze up at school, gave him his own club jacket, and took him out for frozen yogurt.
“He knows that somebody cares about him. You know mom and grandma do. But perfect strangers to show to take care, that makes a big difference,” said Manchester MC member Steve Vachon
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