The Literary Freedom Project is a Bronx-based 501c3 tax-exempt nonprofit arts organization that seeks to restore the importance of reading books as an essential tool for developing intelligent, productive, and engaged minds. Towards this goal, LFP publishes Mosaic Magazine; develops literature-based lesson plans; hosts the Mosaic Literary Conference, and presents the One Book One Bronx, a Bronx-wide initiative to increase reading habits.
Jamel Shabazz, Katharine Freeman, Nicole Dennis-Benn, Perrin Family Charitable Trust
Andrea Kihlstedt, Andrew Sabl, Angel Franco, Bill Aguado, Colin Turner, Glenda R. Taylor, John Keene, Peter Lamphere & Reniqua Allen, Shelley Karliner, Tony Mitchelson, Troy Johnson
Aisha Gomez, Alexandra Watson, Arlene James, Ayesha Akhtar, Blanka Amezkua, Brigid Hughes, Carol Brown, Chip Stewart, Chiwoniso Kaitano, Clarence Reynolds, Cynthia Reddrick, Dahlma Llanos-Figueroa, Deidre Lewis, E.J. McAdams, Ellen Luger, Fernando Ramirez, Freida Jones, Gilmarie Brioso, Irene Perez, Ivan Gaete, Jan Scott, Jane Gabriels, Jennifer Baker, Johanna Gartland, Kakwasi Somadhi, Kenneth Alexander, Khalya Hopkins, Laura James, Laura Polan, Linda Cunningham, Mariahadessa Tallie, Olukemi Ilesanmi, Patrick Oliver, Paul Coates, Ray Pultinas, Robert Sanderman, Rochelle Spencer, Roland Jefferson, Ronald McKenzie, Rosemarie DaCosta, Sung Kim, Suzanne Lio, Tanya McKinnon, Veronica Feliciano, Veronica Liu