The removal of the Confederate battle flag from the capital grounds in South Carolina has sparked discussions around the country about other monuments dedicated to the Confederacy. One of the most high-profile disputes is over a sculpture at Stone Mountain Park in Georgia. The Atlanta area site features three Confederate leaders President Jefferson Davis, General Robert E. Lee, and General Thomas “Stonewall” Jackson engraved on the side of Stone Mountain. The NAACP has called for the sculpture to be removed. But another group is seeking to have two of Atlanta’s most accomplished musical representatives added to the state owned monadnock. Mack Williams has launched a petition on MoveOn.org to have OutKast members Andre 3000 and Big Boi onto Stone Mountain.