"Our goals are to engage in discussion about critical perspectives on library practice. Recognizing that we all work under regimes of white supremacy, capitalism, and a range of structural inequalities, how can our work as librarians intervene in and disrupt those systems?"
end with question of genre and meaning:
"criticism is a genre; [it is a] ... knowledge [that] intersects interestingly and persuasively with taste. ...[Criticism happens] when your knowledge, operated on by [your] taste in the presence of some new example of the genre [you're] interested in—a new TV series, a movie, an opera or ballet or book—hungers to make sense of that new thing, to analyze it, interpret it, make it mean something."
--Daniel Mendelsohn, A Critic's Manifesto, April 28 2012, New Yorker