See the Sweet Way Kim Kardashian's Kids Are Getting Involved in Her Activism

After years of watching their mom Kim Kardashian advocate for criminal justice reform, the reality star's kids are getting involved too. Check out the adorable way they recently lent a helping hand.

By Emlyn Travis Mar 03, 2022 11:58 PMTags
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Talk about an extra thoughtful treat!  

On Thursday, March 3, Kim Kardashian took to her Instagram Story to share the extra sweet way her that her four children—North, 8, Saint, 6, Chicago, 4, and Psalm, 2—have gotten involved in her latest criminal justice reform activism: By providing the heartfelt snacks! 

After her recent hike with the members of The Anti-Recidivism Coalition, Kim shared an image of a tray filled with delicious cups of hot chocolate and bowls full of huge marshmallows, which were adorably prepared by her kids.  

She captioned the post, "My kids made all the guys this morning hot chocolate after our hike!"

In addition to the sweet treat, Kim also got up bright and early to meet with members of the organization—which aims to "end mass incarceration in California" and transform "the criminal justice system so that it is more just and equitable for all people," according to its website.

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"6AM hike with formerly incarcerated members and staff of @antirecidivismcoalition," she wrote, sharing an image of the sunny day. "They are now university students, film students, firefighters, artists, now giving back to their community." 

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She added, "I love hearing their stories- from life sentences to what life is like now. I'm so proud of them and can't wait to hike more!" 

In a separate post, she shared a heartwarming selfie with all her fellow morning workout attendees and wrote out all of their names. 

Kim has been a vocal advocate for criminal justice reform throughout her entire life. In 2018 and 2019, she visited the White House to discuss the topic with then-President Donald Trump.  

At the TCA winter press tour in January 2020, Kim explained that she believed her criminal justice work was her calling in life, saying, "I don't see how I could just say no to someone that really needs help if I know that I can help them." 

When asked at the time if she was ever shocked by the type of work she was taking on, Kim said she naturally was.

"I am sometimes," she shared at the event. "But I think that it also shows my kids how motivated I am every time I have a prison visit or, you know, I explained to them why I'm going and what I'm doing and they understand." 

It sounds like they're already inspired by their mom to make a difference too!

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