Kim Kardashian is continuing her involvement in the criminal justice reform advocacy.
The reality star, 38, joined senators in Sacramento, Calif. on Monday, joining leaders and changemakers fighting for equal justice.
But as one of the biggest celebrities in the world, Kardashian did not go unnoticed. A lot of senators in attendance shared photos of themselves with the beauty mogul on social media applauding her for her support.
“Civic engagement is a vital part of our democracy. I want to commend Kim Kardashian for coming to the State Capitol and engaging on so many important issues affecting our state,” Senator Susan Rubio said on social media.
Assemblywoman Wendy Carrillo wrote: “Shout out to Kim Kardashian for her willingness to use her celebrity to change our justice system to one that is just and equitable for all people.”
“Look who’s here to endorse criminal justice reform and #FreeTheVote,” shared Assemblymember Kevin McCarty.
Kardashian herself also shared a photo from her day in Sacramento, writing, “Had a great day at the California Capital [sic] today discussing criminal justice reform.”
Kardashian has been open about her involvement in pushing for criminal justice reform. In 2017 she fought for Alice Johnson, whose prison life sentence was commuted by U.S. President Donald Trump after she appealed Johnson’s case.