Historically, library spaces were designed to serve and reinforce privilege. New efforts to assess library spaces through an anti-racist lens are necessary. Development of library spaces that center users in welcoming and inclusive design create environments conducive to learning and reflect the diversity of their respective communities. This program will examine an ARL Library's efforts to develop and apply an assessment tool designed to identify existing issues and concerns related to diversity, equity and inclusion in library spaces. Assessment results, lessons learned and proposed next steps will be shared to empower participants with the knowledge and resources to audit library spaces at their own respective institutions. Participants will engage in active discussion, identify key stakeholders, and apply principles of universal design to modify a sample space audit checklist for utilization at their institution.