The Literacy Review is an annual journal of writing from adult literacy programs throughout New York City. Edited by Gallatin students, the book is distributed at a celebration that includes readings by the newly published writers.
Out of The Literacy Review grew an annual, all-day series of workshops for teachers of writing to adults. Gallatin students involved with The Literacy Review help to plan and facilitate the workshops, which serve more than 150 literacy professionals and volunteers each year.
In addition to the annual Literacy Review and Workshops, Gallatin's Literacy Project includes the course "Race, Social Justice, and Adult Literacy"; opportunities to tutor writing at New York City public high schools; opportunities to student-teach in a weekly advanced writing class for adult immigrants at University Settlement Society; and a number of other publications. Past Literacy Project publications include: Refugee Writing, co-published with the International Rescue Committee; Where I'm From, words and images from Morocco, Ghana, and Italy collected by Gallatin graduates; and a biennial of works by University Settlement writers, most recently Twenty!, in honor of the class's twentieth anniversary.