Tulio Ospina

Communities Against Hate Project Coordinator

Tulio is excited to serve Centro Legal de la Raza as the Communities Against Hate Project Coordinator, a project aimed at providing urgent support to tenants and workers who have encountered hate at the hands of landlords or employers. Tulio is committed to advocating for low-wage communities of color and amplifying under-represented voices in the local community. Prior to joining Centro Legal, Tulio worked as the assistant editor of the Oakland Post and editor-in-chief of El Mundo, its Spanish-language companion. In this role, Tulio worked alongside local community groups to help promote racial equity and government transparency in Oakland. Tulio received his B.A. in English from Stanford University in 2015.