Rare earth metals are the backbone of your tablets and laptops along with cars and fighter jets. These metals, which line one of the bottom levels of the Periodic Table, were discovered in the United States and most notably applied to technology developments by Americans. According to last night’s 60 minutes, the first rare earthContinue reading “China’s ‘Rare’ Monopoly”
Text and Photo by K. Cecchini Justice cannot breathe in our nation, either, while our African-American brothers -and sisters- disproportionately suffer at the hands of our justice system. Whether the system puts a tag on their toe or cuffs on their hands, African-Americans -and other people of color- are prey to the inherent theme inContinue reading ““I Can’t Breathe.””
Featuring Dena Floryczk’s photography; Nigerian School Project article by Tonight at Dawn founder, Kimberly Cecchini, as published in the June 2014 issue of Millennium Magazine (listed on the cover). Read the article and see more photos! : https://tonightatdawn.com/2014/05/04/the-nigerian-school-project-going-full-circle/Stay tuned for the posting of Cecchini’s other article in the issue, “Pig & Prince: Restaurant & Gastro Lounge”.
Tonight at Dawn. It may not make sense at first glance, or even, perhaps at second glance and yet it perfectly illuminates this blog for yours truly. Naming a blog is a more daunting task than you might expect. In fact, it is the stumbling block to initiating one because when you establish a WordContinue reading “Tonight at Noon”