Priti Gulati Cox

Priti Gulati Cox is an interdisciplinary artist, and a local coordinator for the peace and justice organization CODEPINK. She lives in Salina, Kansas, and can be reached at p.g@cox.net. Please click here to see more of her work.

Reading Between Blinken’s Li(n)es

Patterns of Occupied Palestine: Goodbye Trump, Hello Status Quo

JatiIndia Flag of the Week: Atrocities Caste, Present and Future

JatiIndia: Atrocities Caste, Present and Future

Purple Derechos

American While Black

One Pound Capitalism, a Pinch of Democracy and Keep On Keepin’ On

Patterns of Occupied Palestine and Kashmir: Part 4 of Uncountable

One Pound Capitalism, a Pinch of Democracy, and an Impeachment

Patterns of Occupied Palestine: Part 3 of Uncountable

Sidewalk Museum of Congress: Who Says Kansas is Flat?

Was It a Thumbs Up Sign or a Finger Gun Pointing at Us?

Patterns of Occupied Palestine: Part 2 of Uncountable

Patterns of Occupied Palestine: Part 1 of Uncountable

“Maria! Maria! It Was Maria That Destroyed Us!” The Human Story

A Confrontation With Kobach’s Chamcha (Lackey, in Hindi)

Finding Her Voice in a Deaf “Homeland”

India Celebrates Democracy, Kashmir Cries Hypocrisy

March 8, 2017, Yet Another Day Without a Dalit or Adivasi Woman

The Indomitable Teesta Under Attack….Again

11/8: America’s Got President & India’s Got No Cash

President Obama: Before the Empire Falls, Free Leonard Peltier and Mumia Abu-Jamal

The Biggest Elephant in Our Rooms Stands 5’2” Tall and Her Name is Chelsea

All That Glitters is Feardom: Whatever Happens, Don’t Blame Jill Stein

Broken Green: Two Years of Modi

From Trump to Modi: the Lid’s Off the Petri Dish (Includes a Packaged Meal)

Jatindia: a Flag of Atrocities Caste, Present and Future

Spontaneous Histories, Bungled Borders and Perennial Victims

Out of Their Shadow and Into Our Consciousness

One Pound Capitalism, a Pinch of Democracy, and the Not-So-Holy Buffalo

When the Personal Fits the Political Agenda

Caste and Capitalism

35 Years for Manning; 35 Cheers for US Hypocrisy

Unfinished Portraits: Iraq and Afghanistan

Parallel Lines of Dissent

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