Kim Kardashian West and Lyft Help Formerly Incarcerated People Find Jobs

Maria Perez
Jun 21, 2019 - 6:10

p> Kim Kardashian West is helping formerly incarcerated people get a second chance of freedom with her latest initiative.On June 13, the ‘Keeping Up With The Kardashians’ reality TV star appeared at The White House to speak at a criminal justice reform event. During her speech, she noted that she would be partnering with a ride-sharing app to provide formerly incarcerated people with gift cards so they can get to and from job interviews, according to a video from ABC News. “Whether it’s housing or the amount of letters that I get with people just needing transportation to job interviews, to jobs — these people want to work. They want the best outcome.  And I’m so happy to be here today amongst people that...

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One Reply to “Kim Kardashian West and Lyft Help Formerly Incarcerated People Find Jobs”

  1. The only reason I clicked on this article was to ask that you NOT report on the woman. She and her family are a detriment to society and they constantly $hit on black people, while white washing and regurgitating our culture. They have enough publicity for their shenanigans, we don’t need to give them any more play of any sort. Thanks.

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