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Marianne Williamson: Welcome to Sister Giant 2015!

Marianne Williamson ran for Congress in California in 2014 as an Independent.  Please note that Bernie Sanders will be the keynote speaker at this weekend event, and that there will be live streaming available.

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Dear Friends,

I’m delighted to announce our next SISTER GIANT Conference, to be held March 28-29, 2015, Live in Los Angeles as well as Livestreamed.


This year’s theme is Activating Conscience and Restoring our Democracy. The weekend gathering will feature a Saturday night keynote address by Senator Bernie Sanders, as well as talks and discussions with former Congressman Dennis Kucinich, Lisa Bloom, Thom Hartmann, Elizabeth Kucinich, Cenk Uygur and others. Issues we are covering this year include Money in Politics and Overturning Citizens United; The Corruption of our Food Supply; Race, Mass Incarceration and Ending the Drug War.


SISTER GIANT fosters a political conversation based on conscience and compassion. As a citizen, activist, candidate or prospective candidate, please join us for a unique experience in opening your heart and expanding your mind.


SISTER GIANT is a gathering not to be missed. We’re going to rock it this year as we have rocked it before.


Details and Registration Here!


All my best,


About Post Author

Jill Pyeatt

Jill Pyeatt is a small-business owner and jewelry designer from Southern California. She currently serves on the Judicial Committee of the Libertarian Party of CA. She can be found on Facebook and Twitter.


  1. Marianne is a very sweet woman. I’ve had the pleasure to meet her 4x when I ran for Congress 33rd last yr. We spoke about monetary policy mostly and other things and she has very Libertarian views on many issues.

  2. Jill Pyeatt Jill Pyeatt Post author | February 26, 2015

    I’m pleased to say that I just heard back from the Sister Giant organizers, and I WILL be given a Press Pass so I can cover this event for IPR! Yay!

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