Guishard et al. (this issue) use a partieipatory action research process for helping both youth and researchers to understand the intergenerational (youth, parents, grandparents) culture of South Bronx families through the creation of oral histories. Koonee and Harper (this issue) facilitate a collaborative process to provide eross-cultural opportunities for school and community eonsultants to leam about African American families. Clare et al. (this issue) go beyond mere consideration of cultural perspectives and experiences to advocate for identifying and utilizing the cultural strengths or "wisdom" of nonmainstream individuals (i.e., migrant farm workers) in consultation.