Today, Diane Guerrero is a successful television actress, most recently on Orange is the New Black. But once upon a time, she was a young girl living in Boston, the daughter of immigrants who had come to the country before Diane was born, determined to provide a better life for their children. While money was tight, and Diane struggled a bit in school, she had a loving home, good friends, and ultimately found her place in a performing arts school that would start her on her path towards acting. Then came the day, when Diane was 14, that her undocumented parents were arrested while she was in school, detained, and deported. As her family is torn apart, their worst fears realized, Diane is taken in by friends, left to deal with a trauma that would shape her life both personally and professionally.
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