The Red Curtain Project is graciously supported by organizations that believe in its purpose: to inspire unity by honoring and performing stories that reflect the diversity in America. If you're interested in partnering with us to produce and/or share stories, please contact us.
The Culture Tree promotes cultural literacy about South Asia through language and educational & cultural programs
Learn Interactive delivers industry-leading manager development programs focused on key transitions in any individual's career.
“The School Library Project,” powered by Theatre Professionals, is a digital library, handpicking videos and content daily for children who want to learn or do something fun. Working across age groups, languages, and subjects, content is appropriate for all age groups.
Second Story Press publishes feminist-inspired books for adults and young readers.
Tulika is an award-winning, independent publishing house that has pioneered a new wave of children's literature in India.
South Asian Youth Action (SAYA!) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit youth development organization in New York City.
Brooklyn High School of the Arts is a dual-mission public high school dedicated to providing aspiring artists and scholars with an academically rigorous pre-college course of study and a comprehensive, four-year pre-conservatory arts program.
Tuttle, a Vermont-based publisher with a Japanese outpost, is a leader in producing English-language books about the arts, languages, and cultures of Asia.
eShe is an independent women’s magazine and blog based in New Delhi that amplifies women’s voices and stories about our shared humanity.