Jul 6, 2020
Diane Guerrero (Orange Is the New Black, Jane the Virgin, Superior Donuts) is multi-layered and super impressive. She has a MAJOR story. Her parents emigrated to the US from Colombia before she was born and when she was 14, they were deported.
I won't tell you the whole story; Diane will.
Her experiences led her to be an impactful activist for immigrant rights and social equality.
We talk about all of it.
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