Wheels Of Grace Magazine

Volume 12, Issue 3

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WheelsOfGrace.com | Volume 12 Issue 3 | 9 Come join with us as we seek to break the chains of human sexual trafficking in the United States. Founded by "Doc" Nave and Diena Cannavino, BAT is a non-profit that educates, empowers, counsels and mobilizes members of the motorcycle community to make a difference in this age old war. Check out our Facebook page at BikersAgainstTraffickingFL or our website to learn how you can get involved and start making a difference today. 407-300-8971 Two bikers travel over 2,000 miles to let Sturgis know that human trafficking is no longer acceptable and bikers have a responsibility to solve this problem. Bikers Against Trafficking, otherwise known as BAT, is taking a stand at several annual Biker Rallies. BAT members, travel to biker events to inundate the rally with a single message: All bikers must ride together in the name of ending human trafficking. From 1,000 to 800,000 bikers attend every single biker event, which means the voice of Rainey and Doc can be multiplied across America and spread to the millions. BAT is brings booklets depicting what people's rights are, and who to reach out to for more information. They're also bringing what the signs are of human trafficking so that everyone is equipped with the power to prevent it. "If every biker knew the signs, they would have the power to prevent and stop human trafficking from occurring," said Rainey. "Having gone through my own experience as someone who was trafficked, I know I won't stop until every child is safe from a trafficker and doesn't have to go through what I went through." Rainey survived human trafficking and now focuses her life to help Bikers Against Trafficking Take a Stand Against Human Trafficking at Biker Rallies get others out of the system and on the right track. BAT offers relief and help to those coming out, and has helped hundreds of men, women and children overcome their past and live a new life. There are currently an estimated 40.3 million people who are victims to human trafficking worldwide. And the number of children victim to human trafficking more than doubled from 2004 to 2016, according to António Guterres, secretary-general for the UN. For more information about Bikers Against Trafficking visit their Facebook and Instagram pages: @BikerAgainstTraffickingFL or email BAT at Rainey@bikersagainsttrafficking.org. WheelsOfGrace.com | Volume 12 Issue 3 | 9 Bikers Against Trafficking Take a Stand Against Human Trafficking at Biker Rallies By Dr. Patrick Nave

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