Ciera Horton

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Ciera Horton is a student at Wheaton College studying English and Sociology. Her passion for writing and justice has taken her from Capitol Hill to the conflict-stricken inner-city of Chicago. As a graduate of the World Journalism Institute, Ciera has interned as a reporter for WORLD Magazine and covered news stories in Washington D.C. Her portfolio includes work in The Washington Post, World News Group, The College Fix, The Wheaton Record and Family Christian Stores' Blog.

When No Means Yes: Sexual Violence Happens in Churches, Too

Every 107 seconds, another American becomes a victim of sexual assault, with an average of 293,066 victims of rape and assault every year, according...

What’s Your Platform? Why You Need A Position of Social Influence

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Why Safety Is Not A Virtue: Mistaking Political Values for Moral...

In the news a few weeks ago, there was a harrowing story that illustrated religious peace between Christians and Muslims. Islamic militants from Somalia...