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Juliana Chan Erikson

Juliana Chan Erikson

Juliana is a correspondent covering marriage, family, and sexuality as part of WORLD’s Relations beat. She is a World Journalism Institute graduate and earned a master’s degree from Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism. Juliana resides in the Washington, D.C., metro area with her husband and three children.

Articles by Juliana Chan Erikson
Some U.S. cities are legitimizing polyamory

Some U.S. cities are legitimizing polyamory

A Massachusetts town recognizes “partnerships” of up to six people

The practice is uncommon now but still worries some

The internet is full of conflicting information. How can you know what to trust? WORLD Magazine’s Collin Garbarino and Juliana Chan Erikson join the show to help us wrestle with this pressing listener question.

The state updates its discrimination rule but removes religious protections


CHILDREN’S BOOKS | Four reviews of recent books

Transgender individuals are pushing for more experimentation

The new program checks church procedures annually

Issues over marriage and sexuality continued to divide church and state in 2022

Faithful Disobedience is based on the writings and sermons of jailed Chinese pastor Wang Yi

Youth camps may soon need to supply more detailed procedures