Visual Identity Politics and Remix Society


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Image credits.

The found footage is made by a wide variety of authors; artists, art directors, photographer, illustrators, graphic designers, painters, musician and performers, sometimes amateurs and sometimes professionals. We name all these authors with a link to where we found the used source. We have taken an effort to credit the creator in the best possible way, so that they get the credits they deserve. We have added them to the posts on the Timeline of Huey Remixed.


All Power to the People! International Symposium. Den Haag, West Museumkwartier, 2018.

Bloom, Joshua, and Waldo E. Martin. Black Against Empire: The History and Politics of the Black Panther Party. Oakland, University of California Press, 2016.

Brown, Elaine. A Taste of Power: A Black Woman’s Story. New York, Anchor, 1994.

Elder, Sean. ‘Does Black Lives Matter Pick Up Where The Black Panthers Left Off?’. Newsweek, 9 Oct. 2016,

Findley, Tim. ‘Huey Newton: Twenty-Five Floors From the Street’. RollingStone.Com, Rolling Stone, 3 Aug. 1972,

Gedal, Anna. ‘Black Panthers: Art and History’. Behind The Scenes, New York Historical Society, 21 July 2015,

Godfrey, Mark, and Zoé Whitley. Soul of a Nation: Art in the Age of Black Power. London, Tate Enterprises, 2017.

Navas, Eduardo. Remix Theory: The Aesthetics of Sampling. New York, SpringerWien, 2012.

Oakland Museum of California. ‘2010.54.5844 | OMCA COLLECTIONS’. Collections. Museumca.Org, Accessed 11 Mar. 2022.

Oakland Museum of California. ‘2010.8.1 | OMCA COLLECTIONS’. Collections.Museumca.Org, Oakland Museum of California, Accessed 11 Mar. 2022.

Shames, Stephen, and Bobby Seale. Power to the People: The World of the Black Panthers. New York, Abrams, 2016.

Soul of a Nation: Art in the Age of Black Power. London, Tate Modern, 2017.

Whiting, Sam. ‘A Timeline of the Rise and Fall of the Black Panthers’. San Francisco Chronicle, 14 Oct. 2016,

Further reading 


Abramson, Michael and the Young Lords Party. Palante, Young Lords Party. Haymarket Books, 1971. 

Durant, Sam, et al. Black Panther: The Revolutionary Art of Emory Douglas. New York, Rizzoli, 2007.

Grove, Jeffrey. After 1968: Contemporary Artists and the Civil Rights Legacy. High Museum of Art, 2008.

Hilliard, David. The Black Panther: Intercommunal News Service, 1967–1980. New York, Atria Books, 2007.

Thomas, Pat. Listen, Whitey : The sights and sounds of Black Power 1965-1975. Pantagraphic Books, 2012

Vincent, Rickey. Party Music: The Inside Story of the Black Panthers’ Band and How Black Power Transformed Soul Music. Chicago, Lawrence Hill Books, 2013.

Websites (Archive of The Black Panther Newspapers) (Black Panther Party Legacy and Alumni) (Archive of The Black Panther Newspapers) (Graphic Artist Emory Douglas) (photographer Roz Payne) (photographer Stephen Shames)

Documentaries (video)

Nelson, Stanley. The Black Panthers: Vanguard of the Revolution. 2015.

Covert, Dan. Emory Douglas: The Art of The Black Panthers. Vimeo, 2015,

Nelson, Stanley, and Laurens Grant. Black Panthers Revisited. New York Times, 2015,

Vox. Why this chair is on so many album covers. 2019. Found on