These are notes from my own study of the timeline of emerging liberation theologies alongside other decolonial projects. It’s a work in progress, helping me to delineate who said what and when, and how the ideas and practice deepened and widened in conversations.
The year 1969.
- Biographical Notes
- Background Information
- Alves, Rubem – A Theology of Human Hope (Brazil/USA)
- Cone, James H. – Black Theology and Black Power (USA)
- De Kadt, E. – Catholic Radicals in Brazil. London: Oxford University Press
- Dickson, Kwesi & Paul Ellingworth – Biblical Revelations and African Belief (Ghana/USA)
- Fashole-Luke, Edward W. – “An African Indigenous Theology: Fact or Fiction?”
- Gutierrez, Gustavo – “Notes on a Theology of Liberation”
- Mbiti, John – African Religions and Philosophy (Kenya)
- Payne, D.A. – History of the African Methodist Episcopal Church (USA)
- CHE: Commission on Society, Development and Peace (SODEPAX), sponsored by the WCC and the Pontifical Commission on Justice and Peace, in Cartigny, Switzerland.
- CIV: 2nd Assembly of the All African Conference of Churches, Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire. (J. Metz Rollins and Gayraud S. Wilmore of the NCBC attend)
- GBR: Methodist Church “Program to Combat Racism” launched in the United Kingdom, in Notting Hill, London, England.