I'm sure that I read one or two of his books at a younger age. Perhaps it was Black Theology & Black Power or A Black Theology of Liberation. But I confess that I didn't read his work regularly. Frankly, these days, there's no theologian whose work I read regularly, which says more about my time than it does about the work of theologians.
I've added a more recent work of his to my Amazon cart. I am resolved to read The Cross and the Lynching Tree sooner rather than later.
Here's an early Twitter announcement. I have a vision of liberation theology tweets taking over the online universe. It's not likely to happen, but a girl can dream.