It isn't just getting people the MLS, or MLIS. I've had mine since 2009 and it hasn't done me much good. Libraries, the ALA and Education is not really interested in equity, inclusion or diversity, If they were, then they would put their money where there mouths are and make it a priority. I have been working in libraries since 1987 and personally have not seen a change in representation. I also have numbers that prove the field has become less diverse.
I think working together is the way to go, but I also think acknowledging "whiteness" and the privileges that go with it is an important step toward working together. I'm not even White and I benefit from these privileges because of my lighter skin. I know I have more opportunities (generally) than my darker brothers and sisters. And god forbid they have an accent. It isn't that hard to acknowledge the privilege--yet people constantly fight this acknowledgement.
We all benefit from the slavery, land-theft and genocide that occured and continues to occur in the Americas. Even the poorest people in our culture have a higher standard of living because of the slavery, land-theft and genocide that has happened and is still ongoing. It isn't hard to see this and acknowledgement is the answer. Nobody wants anybody to feel bad, but we want acknowledgement. I liken it to an alcoholic who is in deep denial. Things won't ever get better until one can acknowledge one has a problem.