CNK is dedicated to positive social change. We focus on translating our research findings into actionable neighborhood-related policies and programs. We emphasize the study of diversity, differences, and disparities among neighborhoods, with much of our work focusing on immigrant enclaves and minority communities. Many of our reports and findings are available here and it is our hope that they might act as tools for community members, leaders, and organizations to inform and empower.

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Transportation Disparities, Sustainability & Health

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