How Silicon Valley’s Lila Rose Became the Face of Millennial Anti-Abortion Activism

Lila Rose became an anti-abortion activist after famously making hoaxy undercover videos in hopes of getting Planned Parenthood defunded.

Drag Queen Glams Up Story Time at San Jose Library, But Not Without Some Controversy

More than 400 attendees—about half of them children—showed up for the inaugural drag queen story time at the MLK Library last weekend.

Out + Smart in Silicon Valley: The New Faces of Gay Politics as the Breakthrough Generation Retires

Will quiet bias keep LGBTQ candidates out of office, or has shifting consciousness made the South Bay a safe place to run a gay campaign?

Oak Grove Unified School District Poised to Close Four Campuses

The struggling San Jose school district still does not have a long-term solution, either for declining enrollment or its financial struggles.

Public Defenders’ Podcast Prods New Dialogue on Criminal Justice

Two county public defenders recently launched the “Aider & Abettor” podcast to help change the criminal justice narrative.

Brotopia: How the Valley’s Elite Plan to Outlive the Rest of Us

The valley’s well-to-do tech bros hope to outlive most of us—and how they’re investing their time and money speaks volumes.

San Jose’s June 11 LGBT March Sends Mixed Messages on Goals

It’s unclear if the origins of San Jose’s upcoming LGBT march comes from activists and community organizers or Santa Clara County HQ.

County Study Identifies Health Disparities, Leads to Funding for African American-Focused Clinic

Roots Community Health Center will be the first clinic in the South Bay to specifically address the needs of African-American patients.

Parents Press San Jose Unified School District on How It Will Protect Undocumented Students

President Trump’s executive orders on immigration have undocumented parents and students in San Jose’s largest school district on edge.

‘We Can’t Be Quiet on This One’: Silicon Valley Women on Why They’re Marching against Trump

The day after Donald Trump is sworn in, Silicon Valley women will join an expected 200,000 protesters at the Women’s March on Washington D.C.