diane guerrero

This “Jane the Virgin” star talks about what it’s like to relive her family’s deportation every time she watches the news.
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Her new book gives young adults and teens a powerful glimpse into what their immigrant peers are up against.
A series of animated films in seven languages is narrated by Jesse Williams, Kumail Nanjiani and more.
The "Orange Is The New Black" star shares what being American means to her.
The klieg lights were on full-strength Wednesday at a star-studded lunch highlighting obesity treatment and, later, a Fergie concert, both put on by the Creative Coalition -- with help from pharma giants like Novo Nordisk -- on the third day of the Democratic National Convention.
Taryn, Emma, and Brandon sat down to talk about the project a bit (Diane was currently promoting her book; In This Country We Love: My Family Divided.) Here, they discuss how the project came about, working together, and some Orange scoop!
We tell stories of rescue. Meet a combat search and rescue pilot saving plane crash survivors to Latina young women leaving home for college. A new Puerto Rican superhero spreads the word about social justice and the island's debt crisis. And Diane Guerrero, known for her roles in Orange Is the New Black and Jane the Virgin, opens up about growing up after her parents were deported, struggling with self-harm and mental health, and ultimately being rescued by her community and herself.
Diane Guerrero shares more about her parents' deportation in a new book.
Diane Guerrero has been a very vocal advocate for immigration reform.