I stopped Ryan Caceres, 25, and asked him if that was a gang tattoo on his arm, and he confirmed that it was. But after serving 4 years for aggravated assault (he was incarcerated at age 15 and released 5 years ago), he said he's through with gang life and tries to dissuade others from it, especially his brothers, Jaime, 23, and Myron, 16. The brothers are of Salvadoran descent but were born and raised in Georgia.
I asked him if that was a gang tatoo on his arm
The World Comes to Stone Mountain, Summit of a New South
Fifty-four years after Martin Luther King, Jr. proclaimed, “Let freedom ring from Stone Mountain of Georgia,” a diverse community thrives atop Stone Mountain, a mountain still considered emblematic of Old South racism by some. This website humbly attempts to illustrate freedom ringing at long last and to celebrate all of the new faces that are reclaiming the mountain.