This article helps Extension professionals consider the cultural relevant needs of inner city residents in hopes of achieving ongoing civic engagement and appropriate program activities in these communities. Having a deep understanding of how the various dimensions of marginalized community life among inner city populations affect participation in organized civic activities is necessary for Extension professionals who seek to increase civic engagement capacity among inner city populations. Bridging the unexplored geographical differences of urban vs. suburban Extension will help to achieve successful youth engagement work in America's inner city communities.
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Ward, S., & Webster, N. (2011). Cultural Relevance and Working with Inner City Youth Populations to Achieve Civic Engagement. The Journal of Extension, 49(5), Article 29. https://tigerprints.clemson.edu/joe/vol49/iss5/29