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Juliana Chan Erikson

Juliana Chan Erikson

Juliana is a correspondent and a member of WORLD's investigative unit, the Caleb Team. 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 3 children.

Articles by Juliana Chan Erikson
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On the charity blacklist

Amazon.com continues to ban some Christian nonprofits from its donate-while-you-shop program
As the coronavirus pandemic stifles the gambling industry, sports gamblers turn to more obscure competitions
States are moving to restrict so-called “conversion therapy” practices meant to help people struggling with unwanted same-sex attraction or gender issues. A WORLD review suggests the bans are misguided
Christian commentators and others have found wide audiences through podcasts   

A patchwork of state laws makes medical marijuana an imprecise practice
Loneliness plagues our social-media-drenched society, and summer is the season of greatest isolation
The Greatest Showman brings an embellished circus spectacle to modern theater audiences
Women who have multiple abortions present challenges to pro-life efforts
The Southern Poverty Law Center’s scattershot labeling of ‘hate groups’ leaves many unfairly tarnished