Victoria Streker

Victoria Streker is the digital and design associate at the Roosevelt Institute, where she handles work on the social media, website, and the overall digital and visual presence of the Institute.
Prior to joining Roosevelt, Victoria worked as a production manager as well as social media and content manager with small businesses enhancing their visual and online presence, including work encouraging young girls to become involved with STEM projects and activities. She earned a BFA in Photography from Rochester Institute of Technology with an emphasis on visual culture and media.

As we head into the last week of Pride 2019, I find myself torn between celebration and frustration. While it is exciting to see rainbows covering everything in sight, it’s a bit disappointing to think about how many companies believe that marketing for Pride is the end all be all of supporting the LGBTQIA+ community.

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Labor and Wages

Workers today are increasingly powerless. A decades-long attack on unionization has eroded workers’ agency over their own economic lives. At the same time, employers have expanded their influence in the labor market, gaining the discretion to set wages and working conditions on their own terms without fear that workers could check their power by finding

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