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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.

Today's Love is for New Mexico's Miracle Wall Mural

Today’s Love is for New Mexico’s Miracle Wall Mural

by Hatty Lee on March 9 2011, 12:55PM

For 64-year-old artist Frederic Vigil, it’s never too late to create art.

Topics: Arts & Culture, Celebrate Love

Loving the Art of the Political Poster at the Oakland Museum

Loving the Art of the Political Poster at the Oakland Museum

by Hatty Lee on March 7 2011, 3:40PM

Because sometimes, words don’t do an issue justice.

Topics: Arts & Culture

What Did Asian American Resistance Look Like in the 1970's? Photo

What Did Asian American Resistance Look Like in the 1970’s?

by Hatty Lee on March 4 2011, 4:59PM

A new collection of artwork highlights art and political resistance in San Francisco.

Topics: Arts & Culture

California's Adult State Prisons, in Pictures

California’s Adult State Prisons, in Pictures

by Hatty Lee, Jamilah King on March 4 2011, 11:53AM

When it comes to California’s prisons, Josh Begley makes a big statement with simple visuals.

Topics: Criminal Justice

U.S. Lags in School Lunch Makeovers, and We've Got Photos Photo

U.S. Lags in School Lunch Makeovers, and We’ve Got Photos

by Hatty Lee, Jamilah King on March 2 2011, 5:18PM

Too bad there’s no late pass for student health.

Topics: How We Eat

Today's Love Goes to Maria Aragon's Youthful 'Born This Way'

Today’s Love Goes to Maria Aragon’s Youthful ‘Born This Way’

by Hatty Lee on February 25 2011, 5:55PM

The 10-year-old has become a YouTube sensation and is set to perform a duet with Lady Gaga next month.

Topics: Celebrate Love

Show Some Love for America's Oldest Sprinter

Show Some Love for America’s Oldest Sprinter

by Hatty Lee on February 24 2011, 5:40PM

Ida Keeling has set two world running records. In her nineties.

Topics: Celebrate Love

MLK Civil Rights Comic Inspires Activists in Egypt

MLK Civil Rights Comic Inspires Activists in Egypt

by Hatty Lee on February 23 2011, 4:07PM

Dalia Ziada translated the work into Arabic and Farsi and distributed 2,000 copies before Egypt’s revolution.

Topics: Egypt

Canadian Kids Use Flash Mob to Call for Love

Canadian Kids Use Flash Mob to Call for Love

by Hatty Lee on February 8 2011, 4:09PM

And the crowd loved it.

Topics: Celebrate Love

Celebrate Love This Lunar New Year

Celebrate Love This Lunar New Year

by Hatty Lee on February 3 2011, 4:43PM

Here’s your second chance to get the new year started off the right way.

Topics: Celebrate Love

What Does College Achievement Look Like in the U.S.? [Map Edition] Infographic

What Does College Achievement Look Like in the U.S.? [Map Edition]

by Hatty Lee on February 3 2011, 10:33AM

The Chronicle of Higher Education breaks the numbers down by race and location.

Topics: Schools & Youth

Today's Love Is for the People of Egypt

Today’s Love Is for the People of Egypt

by Hatty Lee on January 31 2011, 6:53PM

The world’s watching the country’s brave fight for freedom.

Topics: Celebrate Love, Egypt

Taking Stock of Howard Zinn's Legacy

Taking Stock of Howard Zinn’s Legacy

by Hatty Lee, Jamilah King on January 28 2011, 5:09PM

The prolific historian passed away one year ago.

Topics: Arts & Culture

Remembering Onizuka, McNair 25 Years After Challenger Disaster

Remembering Onizuka, McNair 25 Years After Challenger Disaster

by Hatty Lee on January 28 2011, 12:45PM

Ellison Onizuka and Ronald McNair were among the first astronauts of color to go to space.

Topics: Media

Celebrating Angela Davis' Birthday, And Four Decades of Hard Work Photo

Celebrating Angela Davis’ Birthday, And Four Decades of Hard Work

by Hatty Lee on January 27 2011, 11:00AM

The movement icon celebrates her birthday this week.

Topics: Arts & Culture

LA Taco Celebrates West Coast Street Art

LA Taco Celebrates West Coast Street Art

by Hatty Lee on January 21 2011, 4:35PM

We like Fridays, and tacos. And graffiti.

Topics: Arts & Culture

Today's Love is for the Visibility Project's Simple Beauties

Today’s Love is for the Visibility Project’s Simple Beauties

by Hatty Lee on January 19 2011, 5:14PM

A new series of portraits showcase queer Asian and Pacific Islanders.

Topics: Celebrate Love

Where is the Relief Money for Haiti? Infographic

Where is the Relief Money for Haiti?

by Hatty Lee, Jamilah King on January 12 2011, 6:05PM

We take a look what money’s missing, and what could be the hold-up.

Topics: Haiti

Photos of Haiti's Slow March Toward Recovery Photo

Photos of Haiti’s Slow March Toward Recovery

by Hatty Lee, Jamilah King on January 12 2011, 3:10PM

One year later, we take a look back at the lessons learned since the country’s catastrophic earthquake.

Topics: Haiti

Love for the Elderly and Macy Gray

Love for the Elderly and Macy Gray

by Hatty Lee on January 5 2011, 7:12PM

Artists from across the country, and cyberspace, join in a collaborative singing project.

Topics: Celebrate Love