Teams with The Women's Campaign School at Yale University to Create
SISTER GIANT, 2 DAY Symposium to Empower Women to Run for Political
Office, November 10-11, Saban Theatre in Los Angeles.
WHO: New York Times bestselling author Marianne Williamson partners
with The Women's Campaign School at Yale University to produce a
non-partisan symposium dedicated to empowering women to run for
political office, with an emphasis on the intersection of politics and spirituality.
At a time when the US Congress is comprised of only 16.8 percent women
and State legislatures are comprised of 23.6 percent women, Sister
Giant sends out a clarion call to women to equal the political playing
field and consider candidacy for political office. It is a
non-partisan program that unabashedly combines spiritual and progressive ideals.
WHEN: November 10-11, 2012
WHERE: Saban Theater
8440 Wilshire Boulevard, Beverly Hills, CA 90211
WHAT: Sister Giant hot topics include but are not limited to:
At a rate of 23.1% child poverty in the United States ranks second
highest among 35 developed nations. (second only to Romania)
Prisons as a Growth Industry
The US currently incarcerates more of our people than any nation in
the world, or any nation in history.
Without a Constitutional Amendment to override the effects of the
Supreme Court decision "Citizens United" money will continue to wield
increasingly undue influence on American politics.
Powerhouse Guest Speakers are:
Symposium Hostess Marianne Williamson - Spiritual Leader and author of 13 books on spirituality.
President of the Women’s Campaign School at Yale lends her expertise to
the segment, “Making the Decision to Lead a Political Life: From The
Deb Sofield, Past President of the Women’s Campaign School at Yale talks about
“Finding Your Voice - Speaking Your Truth to Power - so All will Hear”
Karen Petel, a member of the Board of Directors of the Women’s Campaign School at
Yale will provide “A Blueprint for Moving Forward: An Action Plan for
the 21st Century.”Lisa Bloom’s newest book, SWAGGER, hit #1 book in Parenting and #35 overall on Amazon.com!
The perspective she crafts is jolting. She draws
in impressive research organized in four dimensions: failing schools, a
failing economy, the negative aspects of a culture promoted by the
music (TV and movie) industry, and an economy of incarceration.