|01.||#freethewater: Interview with Antonio Cosme of the Raiz Up Collective; Artwork by William Lucka||issue 31: September 2016|
|02.||The System's Not Broken, It Was Built This Way||issue 25: February 2016|
|03.||dis-MAN-tl-ing the master's house (with text by Halima Cassells)||issue 21: October 2015|
|04.||12th & Clairmount from the Black Day in July series||issue 04: March 2014|
|01.||citings (also featuring images by stephen garrett dewyer + Jennifer Junkermeier)||issue 08: July/August 2014|
Shanna Merola is a conceptual artist and documentary photographer for grassroots, social justice organizations. She received a B.F.A. from Virginia Commonwealth University and an M.F.A. from Cranbrook Academy of Art. Merola lives in Detroit, MI, where she teaches at the College for Creative Studies and works for the Detroit Chapter of the National Lawyers Guild, coordinating legal support for activists. In addition to documenting at political protests across the country, she facilitates Legal Observer and Know Your Rights workshops at community spaces and universities throughout Michigan.