Kim Kardashian is producing a documentary about criminal justice reform

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Words by Maeve Kerr-Crowley

A Kardashian never rests.

In case you haven’t heard, Kim Kardashian West is now all about criminal justice reform.

To keep you up to date on her work, Oxygen Films has revealed plans for a two-hour documentary focused on Kim K’s efforts to right the wrongs of the justice system.

The working title for the film is Kim Kardashian: The Justice Project and Kim herself will reportedly be executive producer.

Earlier this week, the aspiring lawyer celebrated the release of another prisoner facing a life sentence for non-violent drug charges. But it turns out her list of successes is even longer than we knew.

According to TMZ, Kim and her legal team have been involved in the release of 17 prisoners in roughly three months. An extensive campaign – fully funded by Kim – has freed Jamelle Carraway, Eric Balcom and Terrence Byrd and more, who were all serving life sentences due to non-violent drug offences.

Her team is apparently on top of a lot more cases, and chances are we’ll hear all about it whenever the doco airs.

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