"Pioneer;' "mother of mujerista theology;' "brilliant scholar" are some of the words others have used to describe Ada Maria Isasi-Diaz. As self-described "Cuban activist theologian;' she is credited with creating a new theological category called mujerista theology, which both shares affinities with feminist and liberation theologies while also posing critiques that call for a more nuanced approach.
Graham, Jeannine, "Ada María Isasi-Díaz" (2016). Faculty Publications - College of Christian Studies. 381.