Library Freedom Project
Library Freedom Project is radically rethinking the library professional organization by creating a network of values-driven librarian-activists working together to build information democracy.
What does Library Freedom Project do?
Libraries are essential for democracy. We provide librarians and their communities the necessary skills to turn our ideals into action, focused on issues like privacy, intellectual freedom, and information democracy.
Our LFP advocates work collaboratively to drive policy, teach stakeholders, and enact change. Our work is informed by a social justice, feminist, anti-racist approach.
We believe in the combined power of long-term collective organizing and short-term, immediate harm reduction.
LFP Regional Hubs
Local spaces for collaboration and learning with other values-driven library workers.
Talks and Trainings
We happily visit libraries across the country offering workshops, talks, and advanced training classes for library workers and their local communities.
A free collection of presentations, posters, flyers, and learning materials for education and advocacy.
“LFP has prepared me to think and talk about privacy issues in our profession confidently. I am thankful for this community to support my work as a library worker in engaging with different stakeholders such as faculty, teachers, students, and vendors on privacy, data ethics and protection.”