Libraries haven't always been inclusive spaces (see here and here for examples), so groups like We Need Diverse Books, CritLib, Radical Librarians Collective, and Que(e)ry Librarians bring awareness to social justice issues.
A group of librarians created a #LibrariesResist resource list for information professionals and the public to promote "free, unbiased and accessible sharing of all types of information."
Recently, libraries, museums, and cultural and scientific organizations took part in the #DayofFacts Twitter campaign on February 17, to support the *shocking notion* that facts matter.Building a #LibrariesResist movement & https://t.co/mISNobvRlC resource. If #ParkRangers can do it, so can #librarians. Join us!— LibrariesResist (@LibrariesResist) January 29, 2017
Are these radical actions? It shouldn't be outrageous or controversial for libraries to be places of learning and provide access to all, regardless of race, age, gender identity, national origin, religion, sexual orientation or disability.