This special issue of the Journal of Human Sciences and Extension focuses on urban Extension, offering a comprehensive series of articles from experts who have synthesized our changing urban landscape of opportunity. Our hope is that these articles will position, guide, and inform program, policy, and system decisions by honoring the past and driving us energetically towards the future vitality of Extension as we serve the changing demographics of our country.As Chair of the National Urban Extension Leaders, I invite you to take this journey with urban educators, colleagues, and friends from across the nation who are committed to engaging in conversations and advancing the collective future and impact of urban Extension.



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