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Eavesdrop into a conversation Women Speakers Association hosted with Congressional Candidate Marianne Williamson on April 24, 2014. For the first time ever, we opened up our lines to the general public to meet and interact with a political candidate…internationally acclaimed New York Times Bestselling author and lecturer, and women’s advocate whose platform reflects the vision of WSA…a world in which women take ownership of and step into being the leaders that they are; using their voice to powerfully inspire others, thus causing transformation in the lives of their clients, their companies, communities and the world.

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Marianne Williamson is at the top of the list when it comes to being a stand for women stepping into their own power and being an advocate for serious change on this planet. She has spent almost three decades walking her talk, exploring the crucial role of women in the world today, determined to wake up humanity and cause the change she wishes to see in the world!

Marianne has already impacted the lives of millions through her writing and speaking, and now she’s entered into a new domain to get her message heard. At the core of Marianne’s message, is the critical need to create a new political paradigm, one where conscience takes precedence over profit and humanitarian values trump economic ones.

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This is so much more than a political conversation. This is a conversation whose time has long come…a conversation that honors and champions the human spirit.

“We need a politics of conscience — a new era of public discourse in which love is not minimized, the voices of women and children are not marginalized, and the future is not bartered for a pot of unrighteous gold. Love should be our bottom line, in politics as well as in everything else.” – Marianne Williamson