The United States rural cultural tapestry continues to be redefined as the country begins a new millennium. In particular, the Asian American and Latino family populations have burgeoned over the last 10 years as the first and second fastest growing populations in the country. This article discusses a working paradigm that illustrates how Extension family consumer scientists and other family specialists can work collectively with rural Asian American and Latino family to promote family and community life.

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