Kim Kardashian and VP Kamala Harris Discuss Prison Reform at the White House

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Kim Kardashian joined Vice President Kamala Harris to discuss criminal justice reform and recent pardons issued by President Joe Biden. The conversation included four recent pardon recipients, Jason Hernandez, Bobby Darrell Lowery, Jesse Mosley, and Beverly Holcy. Biden declared April as Second Chance Month and is using his clemency power to pardon 11 individuals and commute the sentences of five nonviolent drug-related individuals.

“I’m a big believer in the power of redemption,” Harris said at the event. “Is it not the sign of a civil society that we allow people a way to earn their way back and give them the support and the resources they need to do that?”

The commendations bestowed upon Kardashian by the vice president were in recognition of her commendable advocacy efforts and the prominent focus her platform places on the concept of granting second chances. This laudatory acknowledgment serves as a testament to the significance of engaging in open discussions and exhibiting unwavering dedication towards these crucial matters.


During the Trump administration, Kardashian, studying law to reform criminal justice, visited the White House to advocate for changes in the U.S. prison system. In 2018, she successfully campaigned to free Alice Marie Johnson, a 64-year-old woman who was sentenced to life imprisonment. Trump commuted her sentence and granted her a pardon, and Kardashian has since helped free many others from prison.

“I’m so honored to be here to continue this fight, to learn more every day, every visit, every administration,” Kardashian said. “I’m just here to help and spread the word.”

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