- Montgomery on My Mind: Five Success Lessons from the Montgomery Bus Boycott.
- A Woman with an Issue
- Literariness of a Political Movement
- Poetry / Poet Laureate: My Name is Poet; Tell Me Yours
- Creative Writing
- Martin Luther King, Jr.: Originally named Michael King
- Peace & Racial Justice
- Black spirituality, & a creative fusion of black folk speech with a Euro-American
- Failure My Friend Is Not An Option
Ramona L. Hyman, Ph.D., is a poet, performance artist, essayist and professor.
“Let Me Tell you Something About Rosa Parks” is a tour de force through one of the most important historic evens in American history.
Hyman motivates audiences as she relates a landmark event in American history.
It is a history lesson for us all.
It compels us to empathize with the African-American cry for freedom!
Hyman challenges audiences to explore a poetic imagination grounded in a feel for the southern landscape, African-American literary and political history, black spirituality, and a creative fusion of black folk speech with a Euro-American poetic vernacular.
Ramona L. Hyman emerges as a strong black intellectual poetic voice.”
Hyman has served as a speaker for the Humanities Foundation and a poet in resident for the State Council on the Arts and the Arts Council.
She has been the recipient of the National Endowment for the Humanities for College Teachers grant.
Hyman, has served as an adjudicator for Faculty Research Awards for the National Endowment for the Humanities, Washington, D.C.
Hyman’s literary work has been included in journals and anthologies such as Amiri and Amini Baraka’s an Anthology of African American Women Writers, African American Pulpit, Message, and African American Review.
Hyman is a consulting editor, and she is the author of the collection of poetry, In the “Sanctuary of a South”.
Hyman’s stories are designed for all audiences: academic institutions, religious and social organizations.
She inspires an interactive relationship between herself and her listeners.