This panel examines how library practices represent racial, gender, and sexual norms through core functions, including collections, instruction, and programming. The presenters analyze how libraries reproduce and resist racism and heteronormativity, and how those productions of knowledge reflect or reject the larger communities. How does your library approach immigrants'/migrants' needs? How do LGBTQ+ youth evaluate library materials specific to their experience and identity? How do you include the under-represented in your library's spaces, webpages, and publications?