In a preview clip for Sunday's Keeping Up With the Kardashians, the 36-year-old reality star talks to her sisters, Khloe Kardashian and Kendall Jenner, about the work she's doing with Everytown, an organization fighting to change gun laws. "They really do appreciate people like us speaking out," Kim tells her siblings.
Kendall is interested about using her fame for good, but admits that she's fearful when it comes to speaking out about gun control. "I want to do this and I want to be a part of it, but it just makes me nervous, like, what people are going to think of it," the 21-year-old model admits. "You don't actually know who's going to actually be for it and who's not."
"That's why a lot of people don't get involved I've learned because you can get a lot of backlash," Kim responds. "I feel like in life, I've gotten a lot of backlash, and I've gotten a lot of hate, so I'm just gonna stick up for what I believe in and what I want."
Agreeing with her older sister, Kendall adds, "It's something that you believe in, so you have to be confident in it and go for it, but at the same time, like, I don't know..."
Kim must have gotten through to Kendall because she did team up with Will.i.am for a "Where Is the Love" music video remake that raised awareness about gun violence.
Last month, Kim was robbed at gunpoint while asleep in a Paris hotel, and has yet to speak publicly about the terrifying incident. A source tells ET that she "doesn't want to relive" it again, and is "truly in no rush to get back in the spotlight."
However, Kim recently discussed the robbery on camera while filming a scene for Keeping Up With the Kardashians, a source connected to the E! reality show tells ET. "She filmed with Kourtney and Khloe," the source reveals. "Kourtney and Khloe were real and open and didn't hold back during the intimate conversation."