Josh Winkler slouches in an oversized T-shirt, his baseball cap snug over his closely cropped, sandy blond hair. He's courteous and soft-spoken, and even bows his head to say a silent prayer before meals.
His current repast takes place at a local taqueria off Buford Highway. It's the part of town where the 24-year-old, who recently relocated to Cabbagetown, lived most of his life.
"Where I used to live it was black and white, maybe some Asians," Winkler says, peering through his emerald-rimmed Buddy Holly glasses. "Now it's black, white,...