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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.

Fela! The Musical Could Be Going to Nigeria

Fela! The Musical Could Be Going to Nigeria

by Hatty Lee, Jamilah King on January 5 2011, 4:01PM

The legendary Afrobeat performer’s legacy continues to grow worldwide.

Topics: Arts & Culture

Obama Signs Bill To Pay Black and Native Farmers--Finally! Infographic

Obama Signs Bill To Pay Black and Native Farmers—Finally!

by Hatty Lee on December 9 2010, 2:51PM

After more than a decade of struggle, black and Native famers get their due.

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Art and Activism Come Together to Make DREAM a Reality Photo

Art and Activism Come Together to Make DREAM a Reality

by Hatty Lee on November 30 2010, 11:05AM

The fight to pass the DREAM Act moves from Congress to the canvas.

Topics: Arts & Culture, DREAM Act

Honoring Our Nation's Veterans Photo

Honoring Our Nation’s Veterans

by Hatty Lee, Jamilah King on November 11 2010, 3:36PM

We take a moment to look at the sacrifices soldiers face abroad, and at home.

Topics: National Security

Raising Social Awareness Through Love of Video

Raising Social Awareness Through Love of Video

by Hatty Lee on November 10 2010, 6:39PM

Jason Lee’s “Jubilee Project” tries to spread the joy.

Topics: Celebrate Love

America's Millions of Disenfranchised, Largely Black Voters Infographic

America’s Millions of Disenfranchised, Largely Black Voters

by Hatty Lee, Jamilah King on November 2 2010, 5:21PM

Black men have lost voting rights to criminal justice at a rate seven times that of the national average.

Topics: Criminal Justice, Politics

A Journey Beyond

A Journey Beyond “Disability,” Inspired By Love

by Hatty Lee on October 26 2010, 7:30PM

Mia and Stacey blog about their big move, and how they’ll help each other make it.

Topics: Celebrate Love

Communities Remember Victims of Police Violence--and Demand Reform Photo

Communities Remember Victims of Police Violence—and Demand Reform

by Hatty Lee, Julianne Hing on October 23 2010, 12:11PM

As rallies mark National Anti-Police Brutality, we look back on this year’s high-profile killings.

Topics: Criminal Justice

Honoring Japanese American WWII Veterans

Honoring Japanese American WWII Veterans

by Hatty Lee on October 6 2010, 5:10PM

This latest award is one of many already granted to a highly decorated group of Japanese-American soliders from WWII.

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Dispatch from Juarez: Snapshots of Peace, on the Society Pages Photo

Dispatch from Juarez: Snapshots of Peace, on the Society Pages

by Hatty Lee on October 5 2010, 9:34AM

Amid raging violence, families and friends still find joy.

Topics: Dispatches

An Eye on Our Movement: Images from Facing Race in Chicago Photo

An Eye on Our Movement: Images from Facing Race in Chicago

by Hatty Lee on October 4 2010, 2:21PM

Nearly 800 racial justice activists came together in Chicago to plot the movement’s future.

Topics: Facing Race 2010

How White is Your City?

How White is Your City?

by Hatty Lee, Jamilah King on September 21 2010, 2:16PM

A new set of maps shows that racial segregation in America’s cities is alive and well.

Topics: Technology

White House Dance Tribute to Judith Jamison

White House Dance Tribute to Judith Jamison

by Hatty Lee on September 8 2010, 1:57PM

The afternoon began with workshops for young students.

Topics: Arts & Culture

How New Orleans Plans to Clean Up Its Cops Infographic

How New Orleans Plans to Clean Up Its Cops

by Hatty Lee on August 30 2010, 11:10AM

A breakdown of the efforts to rebuild New Orleans police—and hold officers’ accountable to violence in the days after Katrina.

Topics: Criminal Justice

King's Movement Was More Interested in Justice Than Harmony Photo

King’s Movement Was More Interested in Justice Than Harmony

by Hatty Lee, Kai Wright on August 28 2010, 1:10PM

A look at real message in Martin Luther King, Jr.’s “I Have a Dream” speech.

Topics: History, Kai Wright

Remembering the 1965 Watts Riots Photo

Remembering the 1965 Watts Riots

by Hatty Lee on August 14 2010, 12:04PM

This week marks the 45th anniversary of a violent eruption that revealed the frustration—and fury—injustice creates inside walled-off urban ghettos.

Topics: Criminal Justice

Mapping the SB 1070 Boycotts Infographic

Mapping the SB 1070 Boycotts

by Hatty Lee on August 3 2010, 3:59PM

Topics: Immigration

A Breakdown of Legal Challenges to SB 1070 Infographic

A Breakdown of Legal Challenges to SB 1070

by Hatty Lee on July 28 2010, 2:47PM

Graphing the seven lawsuits challenging Arizona’s anti-immigrant law.

Topics: Arizona's SB 1070, Immigration

Hollywood Whitewashing, from John Wayne to Last Airbender Photo

Hollywood Whitewashing, from John Wayne to Last Airbender

by Hatty Lee on July 17 2010, 12:55PM

Hollywood’s still trying to make blockbuster films by wedging white leads into characters conceived as people of color.

Topics: Arts & Culture

Tweeting for Oscar Grant

Tweeting for Oscar Grant

by Hatty Lee on July 12 2010, 4:23PM

Organizers used Web tools to keep folks informed, and to reinforce nonviolence and safety.

Topics: Oscar Grant Trial