“I realized that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but they will never forget what you made them feel»!
Maya Angelou, American writer, and poet, 1928-2014
Angelou became Hollywood’s first black female movie director on Nov. 3, 1971. She also wrote the script and music for Caged Bird, which was based on her best-selling 1969 autobiography. She had been a professional singer, dancer, writer, composer, poet, lecturer, editor, and San Francisco streetcar conductor.