Kim Kardashian revealed that not only is she on a crusade against prison reform, she's already sold a show highlighting her efforts.
The "KUWTK" reality star shared photos Saturday afternoon of her trip this week to the District of Columbia Correctional Treatment Facility.
Kim met with inmates at the facility as part of her meeting with Georgetown professor, Dr. Mark Howard, who teaches a class at the prison.
Kim said the whole meetup was filmed for an upcoming documentary for the Oxygen network, and "I hope you will learn about the justice system the way I have."
Oxygen has also announced the upcoming show, "Kim Kardashian West: The Justice Project."
The network touts that, "Kim Kardashian West is taking us along on her criminal justice reform endeavors," and, "secure freedom for Americans who she believes have been wronged by the justice system."
As we reported, the 38-year-old social justice warrior found herself in some hot water recently after a trip to San Quentin State Prison.
Sources familiar with that visit back in June, tell The Blast they believe unauthorized footage may have been taken of Kim's visit with convicted murderer, Kevin Cooper.
We're told officials had been investigating whether anything was filmed during Kim's visit, as any recordings must be approved ahead of time.
It's unclear if any footage from Kim's San Quentin visit will be aired.
Kim has been extremely busy in her activism efforts.
Along with a visit to the White House, where she announced a new Lyft collaboration that will provide rides for former inmates, she has also been leading the charge on a campaign to free 17 inmates who are serving life sentences for low-level federal crimes.