A 10-year-old boy made quite the entrance when several tough-looking bikers escorted him to Habourside Elementary School in Nova Scotia, Canada. Xander Rose had been the target of racial slurs over his indigenous heritage, insults, and even death threats by other students. His mother, fearing for his life, reached out to a children's advocacy group called Defenders of Children, which organized the bikers to help Xander. The members of various bike clubs gathered in a grocery store parking lot early Wednesday morning (June 21st) before riding to Xander's home to pick him up. When Xander arrived at school, the bikers walked him from the parking lot to the front doors while watchers applauded.
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