Christopher Sherman is a correspondent in Mexico City for The Associated Press. He moved to Mexico in October 2014 after spending six years with the AP in McAllen, Texas on the U.S.-Mexico border. At the border he wrote about U.S. law enforcement corruption, drug trafficking and immigration, including an unprecedented wave of Central American children entering the United States by themselves. Sherman was a 2010-11 Knight-Wallace Fellow at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, where he explored the lasting effects of armed conflict on civilians. Before joining the AP, Sherman was a reporter at the Orlando Sentinel newspaper in Florida for five years. His first newspaper was The Daily Record in Baltimore, Md. A native of Hagerstown, Md., Sherman received a master’s degree in journalism from the University of Maryland and a bachelor’s degree from Middlebury College in Vermont.
Recent Posts by Christopher Sherman
- April 12, 2016 by Christopher Sherman, Eduardo Castillo, Dario Lopez-Mills, Alba Mora Roca, Roque Ruiz-González, Ricardo Lopez
This comprehensive, interactive multimedia series in Spanish and English tells the stories of those in and around Iguala, Mexico, who had lost family members to kidnappings and killings, living in a purgatory of silence for years, and their quest for answers and justice. Judges described “The Other Disappeared” as a “tour de force,” reported with “incredible depth, rigor and compassion." Originally published by The Associated Press between September - December, 2015.
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