Marriott International is featuring Latinos in the latest installment of its #LoveTravels social movement campaign via four web videos starring actress Diane Guerrero of Orange Is the New Black and Jane the Virgin fame; actor Diego Boneta, a star in Mexico who plays a lead role in the upcoming Fox series Scream Queens; YouTube sensation Boyce Avenue (the indie band has more than 7 million followers on YouTube); and Taj Reed, director of ad operations for and a contributor to Nylon magazine. In each of the four clips the subjects talk about what they get out of traveling as well as their Latino and American backgrounds, and Guerrero’s reflections are particularly affecting. The actress was the only member of her immediate family who was born in the United States, and when she was 14, her parents and brother were deported to their native Colombia, leaving her in the U.S. to live with family friends in the hopes that she would have a better life here. "Some people travel for vacation, to get away from it all. I travel to get to it all," Guerrero says, stressing how special it is to visit her family in Colombia because she doesn’t get to see them often. She also talks about her passion for immigration reform, with non-separation of families being of particular importance to her. Get the full story at Fast Company