This post is under construction. This post is a timeline-in-progress of remixes of Huey in a Rattan chair. For the collection click on: http://post-what.com/category/remix/hueys-re-mix/
On May 15, 1967 in Oakland, CA, USA, the photograph of Huey P. Newton in a rattan chair composed by Eldridge Cleaver was published on page 3 of the 2nd edition of ‘The Black Panther. Black Community News Service’.
Between 2nd half of May and beginning of July, 1967, a poster of the photograph of Huey P. Newton in a rattan chair was printed.
On July, 1967 in The Black Panther Party HeadQuarters in Oakland, CA (USA), a photograph of Huey P. Newton in front of the poster of Huey P. Newton in a rattan chair was made by Ted Streshinsky.
On November 23, 1967 in Oakland, CA (USA), a picture of Huey P. Newton in a rattan chair accompanied by the headline: Huey Must Be Set Free, was published the front-page of The Black Panther, Volume I, Number 6.
In January 1968, in Los Angeles CA, USA, Bunchy Carter unfurled a poster of Huey Newton on his wicker throne at a poetry reading to declare Huey Newton was the leader of the Black Liberation Struggle.
On February 17, 1968 at the first Free Huey Rally at the Oakland Auditorium in Oakland, CA (USA), an empty wicker chair was presented on stage.
On September, 1968 at the Alameda County Courthouse in Oakland, CA, USA, a photograph of Black Panthers holding up posters of Huey in a Rattan Chair at a rally made by Stephen Shames.
On September 29, 1968 in Oakland, CA, USA, the poster of Huey P. Newton in a rattan chair with bulletholes on the window of the Black Panther Party National Headquarters was photographed by Stephen Shames.
On January 15, 1969 in Oakland, CA, USA, a picture of the poster Huey in a Rattan Chair was used to support Huey’s Statement on Stop The Draft Week and was published in ‘The Black Panther, Vol 2, No. 20’.
On January 25, 1969 in Oakland, CA, USA, a photograph of John Huggins holding up a poster of Huey in a Rattan Chair made by (presumably) Stephen Shames, was published in “The Black Panther —Vol.2, No.21”.
On February 17, 1970 in Oakland CA, USA, a duotone image of Huey in a Rattan Chair with the caption ‘HAPPY BIRTHDAY HUEY’ made by Emory Douglas from the original photo by Eldridge Cleaver, was published in ‘The Black Panther. Vol.4, No.10.
In May, 1970, in New Haven, CT (USA), the poster of Huey P. Newton in a Rattan Chair on the wall of the New Haven Panther office that is lined with sandbags was photographed by Stephen Shames.
On August 15, 197o in The Bronx, New York, NY, USA, the cropped photograph of Huey P. Newton in a rattan chair on a blue background accompanied by the text “Welcome Back Huey” featured the cover of Vol 2, nr 9 of ‘Palante, Latin revolutionary News Service’
In May, 1972, a photograph of Eddie Kendricks seated in (what appears to be) an African chair holding a spear in his right hand made by Weldon Arthur McDougal III, was published on the cover of the album ‘People … Hold On’.
In January 1975 in New York, NY, USA, a illustration of a gorilla in a rattan chair made by Iceman, was published on the cover of the album The First Minute of a New Day by American Gil Scott-Heron and Brian Jackson, The Midnight Band.
In 2015 on the website slausongirl.com, a photograph of a unidentified woman dressed in black leather, wearing sunglasses and natural hair was published.
On June 19th, 2017 in Hollywood, CA (USA), a movie poster of Chadwick Boseman as Marvel’s Black Panther was made by Art Machine.