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Kim Kardashian is starting a podcast on criminal justice reform

The Spotify show will be co-hosted and co-produced by Kardashian, spotlighting her previous work and advocacy

Since talking prison reform at the White House in 2018, Kim Kardashian has remained vocal about the topic, also working on a documentary about the US prison system and reportedly studying to become a lawyer

That’s not to mention the role the reality TV star has played in the freeing of multiple prisoners, including three women granted clemency by Donald Trump following a campaign with Kardashian’s support.

Now, it appears that Kardashian is also taking to the world of podcasting in her role as an advocate for criminal justice reform, recently signing a deal for a series on the subject with Spotify, as reported by Variety.

Kim will co-host and co-produce the show with TV producer Lori Rothschild Ansaldi, spotlighting the work of both women. This will apparently include Rothschild Ansaldi’s investigation of the case of Kevin Keith, a man convicted of three murders and sentenced to death in 1994, only to have his death sentence commuted in 2010.

Kardashian has also posted about Keith’s case in the past, alongside many other inmates associated with her work with the Innocence Project, which will be tied in with the upcoming podcast.