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After a powerful op-ed in The Los Angeles Times revealed her undocumented parents and brother had been deported from the United States when she was just 14 years old, “Orange is the New Black” actress Diane Guerrero became the latest celebrity to speak out for immigration reform. She recently sat down with Jorge Ramos about her new memoir, “In The Country We Love: My Family Divided,” which details her experience and the traumatizing impact it had on her, causing depression and anxiety.

Guerrero said she hopes the book will not only raise awareness about the broken immigration system in the U.S., but unite those fighting for reform.

OITNB's Diane Guerrero wants the undocumented community to unite

After a powerful op-ed in The Los Angeles Times revealed her undocumented parents and brother had been deported from the United States when she was just 14 years old, “Orange is the New Black” actress Diane Guerrero became the latest celebrity to speak out for immigration reform. She recently sat down with Jorge Ramos about her new memoir, “In The Country We Love: My Family Divided,” which details her experience and the traumatizing impact it had on her, causing depression and anxiety.

Guerrero said she hopes the book will not only raise awareness about the broken immigration system in the U.S., but unite those fighting for reform.

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