Courtesy Audible
April 28, 2016 at 03:32 PM EDT

You definitely know Diane Guerrero’s face from her work on both Orange Is the New Black and Jane the Virgin, but in recent years, you may have also come across her heartbreaking story — starting with an open letter she published in the L.A. Times in 2014 — about her immigrant parents being deported when she was in high school. 

Guerrero opens up about this subject even further in her new memoir, In the Country We Love, on shelves May 3. But in advance of the book’s release, EW is excited to share two clips of Guerrero reading from the audiobook, below. To pre-order In the Country We Love, head to Audible.com.

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