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Keeping it cool to take the heat: Tropical lizards have greater thermal tolerance in less disturbed habitats
Aug. 10, 2022
Breanna Putman, assistant professor of biology, is one of the authors of a newly published paper in the
ecology journal Oecologia that shows tropical lizards have more thermal tolerance in less disturbed habitats — an example of how climate change impacts species.
Hate crimes in Los Angeles rising at record-setting pace
Aug. 15, 2022
In 2021, Los Angeles recorded 596 hate crimes, the highest number ever reported. Brian Levin, director of the Center for the Study of Hate and Extremism at California State University, San Bernardino, warned that a further increase could be coming. This could be tied to approaching elections, when divisive political rhetoric soars.
Crosstown is a non-profit news organization based at the USC Annenberg School of Communication and Journalism.
Other news media picking up the Crosstown report:
- The Jewish Press in Los Angeles published its version of the article at “Report: LA on Course to Becoming Hate Capital of America,” on Aug. 16, 2022.
- KNBC published its version, via City News Service, at “Report: LA on record-setting pace for hate crimes” on Aug. 16, 2022.
- The Los Angeles Times also published its article at "Hate crimes in Los Angeles this year could again set records, report finds" on Aug. 16, 2022.
- KCBS/KCAL aired segments on the report on Aug. 16, 2022, as did Los Angeles radio staton KABC.
CSUSB professor warns of possible increase in hate crimes as midterm elections approach
KNX Radio Los Angeles
Aug. 16, 2022
Brian Levin, director of the Center for the Study of Hate and Extremism at CSUSB, was interviewed about the increase in hate crimes in Los Angeles, and the possibility of more to come in the run up to the midterm elections in November.
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