FREADOM'S 100
BEST PLACES TO READ
IN AMERICA

It’s our mission to promote and encourage literacy and reading; in doing so, Freadom celebrates readers of all walks of life and we want to seize the opportunity to capture all of the amazing places people read. These are the places one feels most alive, inspired, safe or easily transported to a different time, place or even, world. The place where they feel the most like their true self. We want these places for all people. It is what we’re fighting for, a place for everybody to read and a place of #literacyforall!


Our goal is to receive thousands of submissions; highlighting the photos, with their stories, on our website and social networks. The objective is to generate meaningful press coverage of Freadom’s 100; elevating the narrative around literacy and reading in America. The 100 best images will be selected by an esteemed panel and those whose submissions are selected will receive cool Freadom swag in addition to bragging rights.

WHERE IS YOUR FAVORITE PLACE TO READ?

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ABOUT FREADOM

Being able to read is the most critical skill for anyone who wants to fully claim and realize the freedoms America promises; this is why Freadom exists. Freadom is a social enterprise created to accelerate and amplify the awareness of and advance the cause for literacy. Started in late 2020 by the founder of the highly successful nonprofit, Bernie’s Book Bank – Freadom designs and sells high-quality, responsibly made apparel and products from which 100% of the net profit supports literacy initiatives throughout America. Freadom has the audacious goal of investing $100 Million to literacy annually.