Jeremy Redmon is a journalist, essayist and educator with nearly three decades of experience reporting for newspapers. He writes about immigration, the military and veterans for The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. His assignments have taken him to the White House, the U.S.-Mexico border, Central America, and the Middle East. Between 2004 and 2006, he embedded with U.S. troops during three trips to Iraq. He previously reported for the Richmond Times-Dispatch and is a graduate of the University of Georgia’s Master of Fine Arts program in narrative nonfiction writing. His writing has appeared in The Bitter Southerner, Task & Purpose, The War Horse, USA Lacrosse Magazine and Inside Lacrosse. Redmon also teaches journalism at Kennesaw State University, where he created a course about how to report responsibly on trauma and has completed journalism fellowships with The New York Times Institute on Immigration Reporting at the University of California Berkeley’s Graduate School of Journalism, the Institute for Justice and Journalism on immigration reporting at the University of Oklahoma’s College of Journalism and Mass Communication and the Journalist Law School at Loyola Law School.