EAST LANSING, Mich. (WLNS) – Presidential hopeful Marianne Williamson discussed the future of American politics at Michigan State University on Monday,

Williamson, a 2020 Democratic hopeful, is throwing her hat in the ring again, aiming for the White House in 2024.

Williamson, a self-help author, announced her second run for the presidency on March 4.

In a sit-down with WLNS, she said she wants universal healthcare, guaranteed livable wages, and free college.

“You have 64% of Americans who are living pay check to pay check. 60% of Americans cannot afford a $400 unexpected expenditure. And a newer stat, which I find just mind-boggling, 39% of Americans report that they are skipping meals to pay their rent,” she told 6 News.

She hosted a Q&A at 6:30 p.m. Monday on MSU’s campus, inviting students with “differing ideas” to the event.

“We want to invite debate and differing ideas to the table, and provide a space for voters to consider the vision and qualities they look for in leadership,” her office said in a press release.