As part of any programming strategy, book clubs are ideal for organizations who want to incorporate books and literacy into its current programs but may not have the human resources to accomplish these goals. Our clubs provide a consistent foundation for populations working to strengthen literacy and keep books important in the lives of its constituents.
With instruction from a teaching-artist we engage in a literary “call and response” by reading and discussing books that reflect institution-defined communities. Based on the client’s desired goals, we will create flexible reading programs that meet the needs of a variety of populations including teenagers, after-school, out-of-school, senior citizens, and displaced families among others. Click here and download additional information. Contact us today for details.
The Literary Freedom Project places books at the center of culture-based reading and creative writing. LFP believes that cultural identity is a fundamental cornerstone in the development of smart, creative, and focused communities. These qualities, on which families and neighborhoods are sustained and strengthened, are honed, in part, through a mix immersive reading –academic, vocational, and pleasure.
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