I may never eat a madeleine without thinking of Proust and his contribution to our understanding of human memory.
Jane Elliott was ironing a teepee for a classroom activity as she watched news on the television. The news was highlighting the assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr., who had been shot to death. One white reporter said: “When our leader [John F. Kennedy] was killed several years ago, his widow held us together. Who’s going to control your people?”
n the 1950s, people didn't quite understand "love" and "attachment." Harry Harlow, an American psychologist, decided to test what love and dependence is all about, using Rhesus monkeys as his test subjects. What came out of his research was both defining and concerning.