Post-WWII America was built on the idea of neighborhood and community. The all-American house with the white picket fence and manicured lawn were symbolic of this sentiment, while the automobile became the ultimate icon of freedom. We Are Neighbors turns to the structural landscape of the American neighborhood for questions. What should our priorities be? Why don’t we know our neighbors? Why have we separated our places of work from our homes? The following photographs reflect this isolation, yet at the same time offer an honest look at a place we call 'home'.