Join the World Affairs Council of New Hampshire to hear from Candidate Marianne Williamson
Date: June 18, 2019
Doors Open at 2:15 pm
Event Time: 2:30-4:00 pm
Location: Southern New Hampshire University, Athletic Complex, Penmen Room
As a part of the World Affairs Council of New Hampshire's ongoing efforts to engage citizens in discussions about Foreign Policy, the Council has extended invitations to Presidential Campaigns to discuss their policies in regards to international relations. New Hampshire plays a special role in vetting the candidates and the citizens of the state need to understand all aspects of different campaign platforms. This is your opportunity to hear from and question the candidates about the issues they will focus on and where they see the US' role in the world.
About Marianne Williamson
Marianne Williamson is a bestselling author, lecturer and non-profit activist . She has worked with thousands of individuals, as well as large and small groups, in transforming crisis into opportunity. For 35 years she has been helping people heal from problems that in many ways have been created by an irresponsible political establishment. She has an up close and personal understanding of the impact of bad policy on average American’s lives.
For three decades Marianne has been a leader in spiritual and religiously progressive circles. Her book about the intersection of spirituality and politics, Healing the Soul of America , was released in 1997 and re-released in a revised edition earlier this year. Her book A POLITICS OF LOVE: Handbook for a New American Revolution, was released in April 2019 . In total shehas written 13 books, four reaching # 1 on the New York Times Best Sellers List.
Marianne has founded nonprofit organizations such as Project Angel Food , that in 1989 started delivering meals to home-bound AIDS patients. The organization has now served over 11 million meals. She has also worked throughout her career on poverty, anti-hunger and racial reconciliation issues. She has advocated for reparations for slavery since the 1990’s and was the first candidate in this presidential primary season to make it a pillar of her campaign. In 2004, she co-founded The Peace Alliance and supports the creation of a US Department of Peace. In addition, she advocates a cabinet level Department of Children and Youth to more adequately address the chronic trauma of millions of American children.