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Mitchell Rabin Interviews U.S. Presidential Candidate Marianne Williamson

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There are a few candidates for President who are committed to turning self-serving instead of People-serving government around. One of them ’s today's guest, Marianne Williamson.

Marianne is an internationally-renowned author, lecturer and thought leader. Six of her books have been NY Times Best-Sellers.

In 1997, she published Healing the Soul of America, calling for a holistic perspective on America’s political system.

For the past thirty years, Marianne has been a formidable activist for social justice. In 1990, she founded Project Angel Food, a meals-on-wheels program that serves home-bound people with AIDS in the Los Angeles area. She also co-founded The Peace Alliance, promoting legislation to establish a United States Department of Peace. And she serves on the Board of Directors of the RESULTS organization, working to end the worst ravages of hunger and poverty throughout the world.

Williamson has been a popular guest on TV shows such as Oprah, Larry King Live, Good Morning America  Rose & Piers Morgan. She was referred to in a 2006 Newsweek Magazine poll as on one of the 50 most influential baby boomers.

Mitchell Rabin is the Founder, President and CEO of A Better World Foundation & Media, with a background in psychology  stress management acupuncture and social entrepreneurship. He is a counselor, and executive coach all as a means of educating and inspiring clients and students alike to lead others by modeling humane, integrity-based values.  He has been a consultant to business leaders and CEOs of green and health-oriented start-ups over the past  25 years. He is an impassioned environmentalist and social entrepreneur using media & business as agents for change. www.abetterworld.tv    www.mitchellrabin.com

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