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Hatty Lee

Hatty Lee
Hatty Lee Art and Production Manager
Oakland, CA

Hatty is the Art and Production Manager for ARC and ColorLines Magazine. Born and raised in the Bay Area, she attended Santa Clara University and the Academy of Art University. She has done design work with various organizations and artists to promote issues ranging from domestic violence to immigration. She was Design Director of Hyphen Magazine, a non-profit Asian American magazine. She believes that visual media and music are important tools in bringing people together and changing politics.

Hatty tweets at @hattyslee.

Honoring Eric Quezada's Love for San Francisco's Mission District

Honoring Eric Quezada’s Love for San Francisco’s Mission District

by Hatty Lee on October 4 2011, 5:29PM

We take a moment to remember the work of a remarkable educator and organizer who fought gentrification alongside immigrant and low wage workers.

Topics: Celebrate Love

New Poem Illustrates Impact of U.S.-Backed Violence in Southeast Asia

New Poem Illustrates Impact of U.S.-Backed Violence in Southeast Asia

by Hatty Lee on October 4 2011, 1:18PM

Poet Bao Phil teams up with producer Ash Hsie to offer a scathing indictment of seemingly ‘casual’ racism.

Topics: Arts & Culture

Vietnamerica: A Graphic Memoir of a Family's Survival

Vietnamerica: A Graphic Memoir of a Family’s Survival

by Hatty Lee on September 27 2011, 10:09AM

Graphic artist Gia-Bao (GB) Tran’s graphic memoir tells the story of his family’s escape and survival during the Vietnam war

Topics: Arts & Culture, Photo

3 Black Female Playwrights Debut New Work on Broadway

3 Black Female Playwrights Debut New Work on Broadway

by Hatty Lee on September 21 2011, 10:04AM

Katori Hall, Lydia R. Diamond and Suzan-Lori Parks are all set to kick off a remarkable season on Broadway this year.

Topics: Arts & Culture

Today's Love Goes to the Solar Bottle Bulb

Today’s Love Goes to the Solar Bottle Bulb

by Hatty Lee on September 15 2011, 3:58PM

Millions of rural households are left in the dark. This video shows that ingenuity that’s giving them light.

Topics: Celebrate Love

The Legacy of Steve Biko's Fight Against South African Apartheid

The Legacy of Steve Biko’s Fight Against South African Apartheid

by Hatty Lee on September 14 2011, 9:59AM

We take a look at how his activism inspired a movement.

Topics: Global Affairs

A Picture of the Jobs Crisis--in Black, White and Brown Infographic

A Picture of the Jobs Crisis—in Black, White and Brown

by Hatty Lee, Kai Wright on September 7 2011, 10:20AM

The president has crafted a polite response to an impolite problem. Here’s what the devastation looks like in black and Latino communities—so far.

Topics: Economy, Jobs Crisis, Kai Wright

Cute Kids Alert! Images of Back-to-School Day, 2011 Photo

Cute Kids Alert! Images of Back-to-School Day, 2011

by Hatty Lee on August 26 2011, 9:19AM

We’re always going on about the big, mean policy debates shaping public eduction. We figured we owed you a reminder of what it’s all about: Adorable kids! Look, smile and send your own.

Topics: Back to School, Schools & Youth

Learning in a Recession: Why Fixing Schools Isn't Simple Math Infographic

Learning in a Recession: Why Fixing Schools Isn’t Simple Math

by Hatty Lee on May 10 2011, 9:58AM

How the economic crisis is impacting children and families in Los Angeles County.

Topics: Education Reform, Schools & Youth

Will Obama Deport the American Dream? Scenes From May Day Rallies

Will Obama Deport the American Dream? Scenes From May Day Rallies

by Hatty Lee on May 2 2011, 10:23AM

Workers from across the country gathered to hold the president accountable for his record on immigration.

Topics: Immigration

Five Simple Ways to Mark Earth Day by Building Environmental Equity

Five Simple Ways to Mark Earth Day by Building Environmental Equity

by Hatty Lee on April 24 2011, 12:12PM

There can be no sustainability without equity. Here are some ideas for creating both.

Topics: Environment

Here's to Resilience and Love Along the Gulf Coast

Here’s to Resilience and Love Along the Gulf Coast

by Hatty Lee on April 20 2011, 6:15PM

Remembering the nation’s worst environmental disaster one year later.

Topics: Environment

Radio Host Mocks Hmong Community With Racist Cover Song

Radio Host Mocks Hmong Community With Racist Cover Song

by Hatty Lee on April 1 2011, 11:06AM

But what’s worse is the station’s apology.

Topics: Media

Akira Adaptation: White Actors With Japanese Names

Akira Adaptation: White Actors With Japanese Names

by Hatty Lee on March 24 2011, 10:00AM

Hollywood whitewashes yet another film. Here’s what you can do about it.

Topics: Arts & Culture

Justin Bieber Better Watch Out for This Little Love

Justin Bieber Better Watch Out for This Little Love

by Hatty Lee on March 22 2011, 5:20PM

Three-year-old Jacob Braganza is giving the singer a run for his money.

Topics: Celebrate Love

Loving You, Aloe Blacc

Loving You, Aloe Blacc

by Hatty Lee on March 17 2011, 6:36PM

Because who doesn’t love cute, dancing kids?

Topics: Celebrate Love

March Madness: Who Would Win if They Scored for Schooling? Infographic

March Madness: Who Would Win if They Scored for Schooling?

by Hatty Lee on March 16 2011, 9:41AM

Spoiler alert: The Butler Bulldogs are the academic champs. But nobody wins when it comes to the racial gap in achievement.

Topics: Schools & Youth

Today's Love is Action: Ways to Support Japanese Relief Efforts

Today’s Love is Action: Ways to Support Japanese Relief Efforts

by Hatty Lee on March 14 2011, 6:27PM

Show the love by funding the work.

Topics: Celebrate Love

The Year's Top 10 Women's Movements Victories

The Year’s Top 10 Women’s Movements Victories

by Hatty Lee on March 11 2011, 4:04PM

The Global Fund for Women celebrates the extraordinary victories by women’s movements around the world.

Topics: Gender & Sexuality

W.E.B. DuBois's Color Line From 1900, in Visuals

W.E.B. DuBois’s Color Line From 1900, in Visuals

by Hatty Lee on March 11 2011, 10:00AM

Sociology students from Atlanta University created the graphs for Exposition Universelle in Paris.

Topics: History