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Kim Kardashian shares her views on storytelling and criminal justice at recent summit

Kim Kardashian shares her views on storytelling and criminal justice at recent summit

Kim Kardashian said storytelling was important for criminal justice reforms at the recent Propper Daley Summit, reports The Hollywood Reporter.

Kim Kardashian spoke at the session which featured a star-studded line-up including Uzo Aduba, Chrissy Teigen, BJ Novak and director and producer Scott Budnick.

The discussions were intended to influence future on-screen storylines and help maintain narrative authenticity. Scott Budnick and Kim Kardashian have long been advocates for prison reform after discovering how broken the system is, especially for people of color. Kardashian expressed her views on the importance of storytelling and criminal justice.

“I think storytelling is so important because people always ask, ‘How can you help? What can you do?’” Kardashian added. you on one case? Work on politics. And I said to them, ‘If you don’t put a face on that rap sheet and you don’t understand’ — people just want safety in the community, they want feel like that.

She added: “Unless you hear their story, unless you’ve heard where they came from and where they are now, you won’t feel safe if you only read a bit of it. of paper. So the storytelling aspect is so important for politics to get through.

Kardashian also shared that she balances all of her activism work with her businesses and law school, “I pretty much have a rule that I’m going to do 10 cases at a time and I can’t really go to the -of the.”

In an interview with vogueKim revealed that she has been pursuing a law degree since 2019. And, on December 13, 2021, Kim announced through her IG handle that she had passed the “baby bar exam.”