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Diane Guerrero: ‘Being The Daughter Of Immigrants Is A Very American Story’

Diane Guerrero was born in the United States, but she admits she sometimes struggles to feel truly American. In a candid testimonial video for MTV’s interactive “Beyond The Wall” video installation, which was unveiled in New York City Monday, the “Orange Is The New Black” star describes how her perception of what it means to be American has changed over time. “I’m an American,” Guerrero says in the video.
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