"Linguistic diversity is fact and fabric of the United States” (Coady, 2022). This is illustrated in many rural communities across the US as there are growing numbers of multilingual learners in rural schools. This increase in multilingual students and families raises questions surrounding the experiences of these learners and how rural educators can better attend to their needs. In what ways do multilingual learners and families enrich rural communities and bring opportunities for more equitable educational programs? What policies are needed to support schools in their efforts to create a more inclusive, supportive environment for multilingual learners? How can preparation programs better prepare future teachers and education leaders to teach and support multilingual learners? Join the JEDI committee webinar series as we unpack these questions and many more with scholars and educational leaders who engage this work daily.