Tune in to Genesis Global Radio This Week to Hear Guests Paula Webster-Grant, Rhonda Knutson, Patricia Fayerweather-Harlow, Kimberly Berg, Joanne Charette, Dr. Carlos Guerra, M.J. Domet, and Dr. Barbara Morrison

NEW YORK, NY, April 8, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- This Week, tune in to hear our guests share their expertise on music production, life coaching, self-empowerment, advances in infectious disease, the pre-history of women's culture, the dangers of fracking and so much more! Show times are as follows:

Monday, April 8th:

Paula Webster-Grant from 6:00pm PST - 7:00pm PST

Tuesday, April 9th:

Rhonda Knutson from 6:00pm PST -6:30pm PST

Patricia Fayerweather-Harlow from 6:30pm PST -7:00pm PST

Wednesday, April 10th:

Kimberly Berg from 6:00pm PST -7:00pm PST

Thursday, April 11th:

Joanne Charette from 6:00pm PST - 7:00pm PST

Friday, April 12th:

Dr. Carlos Guerra from 6:00pm PST -6:30pm PST

M.J. Domet from 6:30pm PST -6:45pm PST

Dr. Barbara Morrison from 6:45pm PST--7:00pm PST

All shows can be listened to by visiting this link: http://crntalk.com and then clicking on the play button next to CRN 2.



Paula Webster-Grant, founder and CEO of Phillybass'd Records, Inc.,transforms talent into stardom

Paula Webster-Grant has a keen eye for talent. Her company, Phillybass'd Records, promotes and produces music, while offering services in brand management, creative service, distribution, public relations, marketing, media, publishing, and intellectual property. With offices in Philadelphia, New York and Los Angeles, Phillybass'd Records attracts a wide spectrum of creative talent and caters to the unique spirit that often accompanies such talent. The company is credited with launching the careers of several music icons, including Ron Tyson of the Temptations and songwriter Bruce Hawes, who had such hits as Sadie and Games People Play.

Ms. Webster-Grant also works to encourage creative environments where talent can grow. She is the co-chairman of the Board of Directors for the Whistling Wind Child Foundation, a non-profit art, literary and performing arts organization that provides educational workshops for songwriters, producers, literary writers and performers who are embarking on their journey in the entertainment industry.

Ms. Webster-Grant was honored with the Entrepreneur Award in 2000. She is an active member of several professional organizations including the American Management Association, the National Association of Professional Women, the National Association for Female Executives, and the Historical Honor Society.

Are you ready to launch your career? Get started today! Call Paula Webster-Grant today at 267-886-9014 or visit http://www.phillybassdrecords.com/

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Inspirational Author empowers victims of abuse with powerful story of survival

Free your soul! Rhonda B. Knutson, author of Escape from Hell: A Woman's Story, has blazed a path of hope for all those who struggle to navigate through the darkness of adversity. Her uplifting novel takes the reader on an emotional journey--traversing the depths of despair, the plateaus of forgiveness and the summits of glory. Having been rescued from a tortuous childhood, Ms. Knutson developed a burning desire to help others, a flame that still burns bright today.

Although at times lonely, Ms. Knutson was never alone. The strength she found in God guided her in her healing, and remains her eternal beacon of hope. She is optimistic that by sharing her wisdom with others who have suffered abuse, she can offer them the tools to find their own guiding light, buried deep within them. Ms. Knutson believes that her connection with God empowered her to rise above her own emotional turmoil and liberated her to embrace life and all the good it has to offer.

The publication of Escape from Hell: A Woman's Story is a triumphant achievement! By writing it, Ms. Knutson has taken ownership of the abuse she endued and has used it to inspire others. She has given meaning to her life and shown bravery in doing so. The recipient of numerous awards, including the Senior Hero Award, Ms. Knutson has also carried the Olympic Torch in Spokane, Washington. She is a retired swimming and physical education coach who currently balances her time as an exercise instructor, a motivational speaker and a writer. Presently, she is working on two additional books: Shadows of Corruption and Coast to Coast on a Piece of Toast.

Rhonda Knutson donates a large portion of the book sales from Escape from Hell: A Woman's Story to help children and young families in need.

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Environmentally-conscious author says "No Fracking Way" to current support of drill-baby-drill policies

Once you frack, you can't go back! Environmental activist and children's book author Patty Fayerweather Harlow is urging fellow environmentalists to protest hydraulic fracturing across the country, and that means demanding that the practice be banned before another community is forced to grapple with its deadly consequences. Currently, the New York State Department of Conservation (NYSDEC) is preparing an environmental impact statement that will determine the legality of hydraulic fracturing in New York. Pending this report, which was just extended on February 12th for further consideration, Harlow has launched a campaign to mobilize New Yorkers to unite against fracking and demand that Governor Cuomo let the science decide. Proven to cause severe environmental pollution, including contamination of ground water, risk to air quality, and surface contamination from spills and flowback, fracking not only compromises the environment, but the health of individuals who live in and around the areas where it is practiced. A united front is our only hope to force Governor Cuomo and other government officials to listen to the MANY, not the money---for once!

With so much at stake in these environmentally sensitive times, our planet's valuable resources cannot be subjected to a drill-baby-drill platform, nor can our pristine landscapes be preserved with dangerous pipelines of crude oil pumping through them. Harlow is determined to bring awareness to this cause and to see hydraulic fracturing banned in the United States.

Patty Fayerweather Harlow is the author of the book series Rock with Rodney and Party with Perky to Preserve Wildlife, which explores the importance of preserving and protecting our national parks and historic landmarks. Harlow's 5-part book series (with a 6th edition soon to be published), empowers readers to take action in preserving the resources that make America beautiful. Her environmental advocacy began during the anti-environmental Bush era and has been continuous ever since. She is also a recognized poet with the distinction of being selected every year since 1998 to have her work printed in coffee house books through Poetry.com.

Join Patty Fayerweather Harlow in the fight to keep America beautiful. Contact her by phone at 607-724-3161 or by email at pfayerweath@stny.rr.com

To learn more, visit: http://patty-fayerweather-harlow.com/

For book purchases (available in both paperback and e-book form), please visit: http://patty-fayerweather-harlow.com/



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 kdegas@artlover.com



Forward thinking educator advocates "back-to-nature" post-partum practices

Dr. Barbara Morrison, an expert in nurse-midwifery and maternal-child nursing, isn't satisfied with the status quo. Her hands-on experience and extensive research have catapulted her to the forefront of health care improvement for newborns and their families and inspired her to revolutionize our current and deeply flawed system. With a focus on health care professionals, Dr. Barb promotes change through education and implementation consulting in the areas of kangaroo (skin-to-skin) care, breastfeeding, the Baby Friendly Hospital Initiative, and postpartum environment and care. Supported by her own research, Dr. Barb encourages health care professionals to foster maternal and newborn physical, social and emotional development by placing babies in their optimal habitat, skin-to-skin on their mother's chest, and breastfeeding frequently and exclusively. She is an engaging speaker, a compassionate advocate and a champion of maternal-child health care reform.

Dr. Barbara Morrison, Ph.D., R.N., C.N.M., has nurtured her expertise and passion for evidence-based maternity care through a distinguished education. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Biology from the College of Wooster, a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Columbia University, a Master of Nursing degree (Primary Health Care/Family Nurse Practitioner) from the University of Washington, and both a Post-Masters Certificate in Nurse-Midwifery and a Doctor of Philosophy (Nurse-Midwifery/Maternal-Child Nursing) from the University of Illinois, Chicago. Dr. Barb researches the influence of interruptions to the breastfeeding dyad on breastfeeding initiation and the effectiveness of education and support strategies with nurses as they change their paradigm of maternal-newborn family-centered care. Additionally, she has mentored Doctor of Nursing Practice students in their final scholarly projects, for example: evaluating the effectiveness of culturally sensitive teaching on Guatamalan traditional midwives' knowledge of managing postpartum hemorrhage and Botswanian couples' perceptions of group prenatal care. She has been selected to fill the Janice M. Riordan Distinguished Professorship in Maternal and Child Health at Wichita State University, an endowed chair named after a leading expert in breastfeeding. This acknowledgement of her expertise leaves no doubt that her wisdom and passion are unmatched.

Since 1987, Dr. Barb has been sharing her knowledge of maternal-child nursing, theories for nursing and research with undergraduate and graduate students as a professor at several institutions in Illinois, Ohio and now Kansas. Acknowledging that learning continues beyond the classroom, she enjoys challenging and educating health care professionals specializing in birth and post-partum care. Through educational offerings and consulting, Dr. Barb hopes to alter the current trends in maternal-newborn care, and to help re-establish a more nurturing and natural environment for the benefit of all newborns and their families.

Dr. Barbara Morrison may be contacted at barb@drbarbcnm.com.

For speaking engagements, please visit: http://drbarbcnm.com


If you miss the broadcast, don't sweat it! Each show can be accessed through the following links:

Paula Webster-Grant: Show 1

Paula Webster-Grant: Show 2

Rhonda Knutson

Patricia Fayerweather-Harlow

Kimberly Berg: Show 1

Kimberly Berg: Show 2

Joanne Charette: Show 1

Joanne Charette: Show 2

Dr. Carlos Guerra

M.J. Domet

Dr. Barbara Morrison

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