Fandom, feminists and fortune telling

Three basketball players jump for the ball during the WNBA finals between the Chicago Sky and Phoenix Mercury.
Will The Chicago Sky's championship title help turn people into consistent WNBA fans? Paul Beaty / Associated Press
Three basketball players jump for the ball during the WNBA finals between the Chicago Sky and Phoenix Mercury.
Will The Chicago Sky's championship title help turn people into consistent WNBA fans? Paul Beaty / Associated Press

Fandom, feminists and fortune telling

The panel is back to round up all the things that your friends are talking about this week! Reset host Sasha-Ann Simons and WBEZ metro reporter Adora Namigadde share some home team pride over the Chicago Sky’s win in the WNBA finals and take a stab at renaming Facebook so Mark Zuckerberg doesn’t have to.

Then, we open up a book that we all should have had as teenagers. Academics, activists and friends Brittney Cooper, Chanel Craft Tanner and Susana Morris share some of the wisdom they packed into Feminist AF: A Guide to Crushing Girlhood.

And given that Halloween is just around the corner, we turn to the traditionally occult practice of tarot for some guidance. Jessica Dore is not only a tarot expert but also a social worker. She lays out how she interprets the cards in her new book, Tarot for Change: Using Cards for Self-Care, Acceptance, and Growth.