Memories of oppression by the Kree, memories of terrorism by the Skrull, huge motivators in any generations long racial conflict. People can't let go. Carol's best friend's memories of their lost friendship, the little girl's memories of her aunt carol, how happy she is to have her back. Fury's not driven by memory.
The story goal around memories is, remember who you are, but forget the past conflict for the sake of peace.
Or Captain Marvel will end it for you.
You might take the Story Goal up a level of abstraction: change everyone's relationship to their memories so that they align with a productive, true reality, instead of an embattled life and false narrative.
OR: change your relationship to your memories so that they serve you for a better life, instead of controlling you for a worse life.
The inequity in the story is between is the Crucial Element Equity and Inequity - an unequal relationship between Carol and Mar-Vell, and between the Kree and the Skrull. If you change that Main Source of Inquity, Mar-Vell's and AI control over her memories, and therefore her power, you change the inequities throughout the story.
Around memory, there's an imbalance between what Carol remembers and who she is, a Kree warrior. When she remembers who she really is, Carol Danvers, balance is restored to her memories and her life. When she realizes the Skrulls are the oppressed and the Kree the oppressors, balance is restored to her sense of justice, and she can now be Captain Marvel, and give voice to the voiceless, as they say.