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Katy Perry, Chelsea Handler, Zendaya, & More Plan To Join The Women's March On Washington To Protest Donald Trump's Inauguration!

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Not their president!

On Monday, the Women's March On Washington revealed which A-listers have enlisted in participating in their big Donald Trump protest the day after the *gulp* Inauguration.

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The organization announced members of its Artist Table — helmed by America Ferrera — which includes A-listers like Katy Perry, Zendaya, Chelsea Handler, Amy Schumer, Scarlett Johansson, Cher, and more.

In a statement, Miz Ferrera encouraged the American people to join the protest and stand together, saying:

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OITNB's Diane Guerrero Opens Up About Her Family's Deportation Nightmare — So Sad!

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Diane Guerrero may now be a successful actress, but she hasn't always had an easy life.

As you may recall, the Orange Is the New Black star's parents were deported when she was only 14. How sad!

Now, the 29-year-old is discussing the heart-wrenching separation she had to endure in her new memoir In the Country We Love: My Family Divided.

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Miz Guerrero clearly remembers the day that her momma and poppa were arrested in Boston, MA and sent back to their native Colombia. In a recent interview, she noted about her family's tragedy:

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Orange Is The New Black Star Breaks Down On Air Over Her Parents' Sudden Deportation When She Was Only 14!

Wow, this is so sad to hear.

Orange is the New Black's Diane Guerrero went on CNN recently to talk about a very emotional moment in her life: the day her parents were suddenly deported.

Diane was just 14-years-old at the time, when her mother and father were taken away by immigration officers.

What's most upsetting is that there was no governmental outreach, either by an official or an agency, to look after Diane — who as aforementioned was just a teenager at the time.

She had to find out they were deported from her neighbors. WTF?!

At the end of Diane's harrowing tale, she advocated an easier approach to documenting families, so that stories like this won't happen ever again.

Ch-ch-check out her entire interview (above)!!!

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