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Genesis Global Media Radio Show - 12/25/2012

NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwire - December 25, 2012) -  Genesis Global Media is an ad agency, entertainment provider and media distribution manager providing clients with the most comprehensive suite of marketing solutions.  The Genesis Global Media Radio Show features prominent writers, doctors, authors, professors and other esteemed professionals.  Tonight, December 25th, tune in to hear our guest, Kimberly Berg, from 6:00pm PST - 7:00pm PST.  To listen to the show, please visit the following link: http://crntalk.com/crn2

KIMBERLY BERG:

Artist Rejects Patriarchal Society and Empowers Woman to Forge New Pathway

Kimberly Berg has awakened the ancient goddess! A male feminist artist, Berg's work challenges the patriarchal system that has evolved to dominate our world by exposing it as a system that is not only unworkable and unsustainable, but also unjust. Guided by the prehistoric record, which shows evidence that pre-patriarchal Neolithic societies respected and honored their women, Berg believes that we are approaching the tipping point of patriarchal dominance as women gain the confidence to reclaim their inherent birthright.  And just to be sure a feminist transformation is underway, Berg has heaved the final stones necessary to tip the scale by launching a campaign to educate the public on the history of women's culture and the factors that led to its unfortunate subjugation.

Berg has recently unveiled The Legacy of the Goddess, a power point presentation which outlines the forgotten pre-history of women's culture and highlights the revered role of woman in Neolithic societies.  By bringing his message to classrooms and community centers across the country, Berg hopes to restore the female voice so that she may dance once again into the wind.

Kimberly Berg holds a Bachelor of Science in History from the University of Wisconsin, with a concentration in Ancient History.  He lives a self-sustaining life of voluntary simplicity in a Thoreau-like cabin, surrounded by the trees and wildlife of the Adirondack Mountains. Without electricity and with only a wood burning stove for heat in this sometimes harsh climate, Berg has forged an essential pact with nature and has learned to respect and appreciate the elements of his lifestyle that have become extinct in modern society. His interest in women's advocacy was sparked by a book written by Layne Redmond entitled When Drummers Were Women, which opened his eyes to the historical decline in women's stature and the urgent necessity that both genders work together to restore equality for the greater good of humanity.

Join Kimberly Berg in his quest to awaken the ancient goddess. To learn more, please visit: http://www.isisrising.net

For speaking engagements, please contact Kimberly Berg at [email protected].

To hear artist Kimberly Berg discuss what the prehistoric record reveals about women's culture, tune in to Genesis Global Radio on the Cable Radio Network by visiting www.crntalk.com on Tuesday, December 25, 2012 at 9:00 p.m.(PST).

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