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Kim Kardashian visited a correctional facility in the Washington, D. C., on Tuesday, as they continue to make the case for reform of the criminal justice system.
The 38-year-old made a stop at the Correctional Treatment facility in the capital city of the country to discuss the Issues of Prison Scholars ‘ program, in accordance with the city’s Department of Corrections.
A source told The new york times that the fashion and beauty mogul was filming footage for its new two-hour documentary film on the Oxygen, with the title “Kim Kardashian: The Justice Project.” The E! The news was previously reported, the doc plans to follow in the efforts to secure freedom for the Americans whom they believe have been wronged by the justice system.”
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Halim Flowers, a D., C.,, local, released from prison in March, after the University of of the University classes by the way of the prison, the scholars program of the event on Instagram. Calling Kardashian, his “sister,” he said, as he was teaching, the reality tv star of “the abomination of the children in the cages of the sentences and the power of a higher education programme in the prison.”
Kardashian — who, it was revealed in April, she is studying to be a lawyer to be taken to reform the criminal justice system, under its aegis. Last year, she launched a high-profile campaign for clemency for Alice Marie Johnson, a great-grandmother, who was a part of the life in prison without the possibility of parole after being convicted and sentenced for a first-time nonviolent drug offense.
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In May 2018, Kardashian visited the White House for a meeting with the President, He is about Johnson, and, in June, He turned her to a life sentence.
The “Keeping Up with the Kardashians’ star was speaking at the White House last month, and described the event as an “honor.” She called Home to support the “Second Chance” program and the “magic”, and added that the initiative, along with a travel organization-Lyft to have the hand of cards of the gift to reformed criminals, et.
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“My whole journey in the reform of the criminal justice system began about a year ago, when I came to see the president following a discussion on [Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner] those who really fought for me to be here, and I am pleading the case of Alice Johnson, who is the president granted the pardon to give,” Kardashian said.
She went on: “after that, I really have to spend so much time in the various prisons, because I didn’t really connect with the person on the inside, and it really felt like to me, and I’m at the place in my life where I just wanted to make a difference and wanted to be just the right thing to do, but I don’t know how or what to do, or even, really, what the hell was going on.”
Fox News’ ‘d like to Hare, and Fox Business, Kathleen Joyce contributed to this report.