Literary Freedom Project is a Bronx-based 501c3 tax-exempt nonprofit arts organization that seeks to restore the importance of social and cultural identity through reading. Towards this goal, LFP presents One Book One Bronx the Mosaic Literary Conference, develops literature-based lesson plans & workshops, and publishes Mosaic.
Programs of the Literary Freedom Project are supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council, donations, Citizens Committee of New York City, Bronx Council on the Arts, Humanities New York, Partnerships for Parks Capacity Fund Grant, presented by TD Bank, made possible by the City Parks Foundation and the Parks Equity Initiative of the New York City Council under the leadership of Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito and Councilman Fernando Cabrera. Additional support is provided by BronxArtSpace, The New York Public Library, AALBC.com, Boogie Down Books, She Is Mother: Bronx Moms, and Bronx Lattes & Literature.
In-kind support is provided by The Bronx Museum of the Arts, Andrew Freedman Home, Casita Maria Center for Art & Education, Google, and the New York Public Library.
LFP is a member of the Urban Arts Cooperative -supporting artists in underserved communities.
Bill Aguado, Executive Director, En Foco, Inc.
Stephanie J. Alvarado, Program Director, Freelancers Union
Nicole Dennis-Benn, writer and educator, Patsy and Here Comes the Sun
Kelsey Evans, Executive Director, The Roew; Program Management Professional, NYC Department of Small Business Services
Ron Kavanaugh, Executive Director, Literary Freedom Project
Christine Licata, Executive Director, No Longer Empty
Noelle Santos, Owner, The Lit Bar