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When Kim Kardashian isn’t walking red carpets, raising her four adorable children, and filming Keeping Up with the Kardashians, she is training hard to be a criminal justice lawyer. And she has also found time in her busy schedule to film a documentary about it!
Kim Kardashian West: The Justice Project will air on April 5 on Oxygen, and will see the reality TV star turned law apprentice talking to prison inmates about what led to them landing themselves behind bars.
In the two-hour documentary, she also works alongside a team of legal experts on a number of cases in which they believe have resulted in the inmates being unfairly and wrongly sentenced.
“Once you hear the circumstances that led them to make those decisions, your heart would completely open up,” Kim Kardashian said in an interview with The AP.
“I hope that this is a step to opening up people’s hearts and minds. And then hopefully they can help with changing some actual laws that really do have to be changed.”
Kim unveiled the trailer on her Instagram, and we have to admit that it looks pretty interesting…
“There is a mass incarceration problem in the United States,” she says at the beginning of the trailer.
“I went into this knowing nothing, and then my heart completely opened up. People deserve a second chance.”
Kim has just completed the first year of her apprenticeship program and hopes to take the notoriously difficult bar exam in 2022.
Will you be tuning in?