In May, Kim Kardashian announced her decision to film a documentary on the reform of the US criminal justice system. The film is tentatively titled "Kim Kardashian: The Justice Project" and will be released on Oxygen. The date of the premiere is still being kept under wraps.
On July 28, Kardashian posted several tweets with the first details. In particular, it became known that part of the film will be devoted to a visit to the Washington prison. Kim said that she is working with Dr. Mark Howard, a professor at Georgetown University and head of the Prisons and Justice Initiative who teaches inmates in a prison in the District of Columbia. This allows them to obtain a certificate of completion for Georgetown University courses.
We remind you that Kim Kardashian is now receiving a law degree. She has already several successful cases on her account. One of them is the release of 63-year-old Alice Johnson, who received a life sentence in a drug trafficking case in 1996. This case will also be discussed in the film.