Adult immunization data indicate that although coverage levels have increased, there is wide variation at the state and local levels. Family physicians have reported numerous barriers and challenges to providing all necessary immunizations, especially within underserved populations. To address this need, the AAFP developed the "Improving Adult Immunization Rates among Racial and Ethnic Minority Population" project which aims to educate family physicians and health care teams about effective strategies for improving adult immunization rates among racial and ethnic minority patients. Through a cooperative agreement from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the focus is to improve adult immunization rates among underserved populations through an interprofessional approach. Key objectives are to educate family medicine practices on initiatives such as implementing evidence-based interventions, addressing myths and misinformation, and increasing public awareness and acceptance of adult vaccines. Despite the availability of safe and effective vaccines and substantial progress in reducing vaccine-preventable diseases, efforts are still needed to reach equitable vaccination coverage.