Kim Kardashian and Khloe Kardashian’s ex Tristan Thompson held an ‘inspiring’ Friendsgiving for youths incarcerated at a juvenile detention center in Los Angeles.
The reality star, 42, shared photos from her recent visit to Camp Kilpatrick, where she broke bread with the young men and listened to them share their hopes and dreams for the future.
Kim applauded the youths for the steps they had taken to improve their lives as she posted snaps of her enjoying dinner alongside Tristan.
The photos captured Kim meeting the young men, whom all appeared to give her their undivided attention as they gathered around the showbiz star and NBA player.
Subsequent photos captured the group sitting around a table decorated with pine cones and candles as they enjoyed a hearty Thanksgiving meal.
Kim listened intently to the young men as they opened their hearts and reveal their hopes for the future.
In the caption of the post, Kim expressed her appreciation to those who allowed her to visit the camp as she commended the young men who had ‘earned their way’ into the ‘model’ facility.
‘These young men have earned their way to this model camp in Malibu for great behavior. Many are in college classes and have made huge changes in their life.
‘My favorite part at our dinner was going around the table and hearing what their dreams and aspirations are. I can’t wait to see them all come true. Thank you to the staff at the facility and to @antirecidivismcoalition, @scottbudnick1 and @swlewis01 for having me.
‘Happy Thanksgiving to all of the men and women that are away from their families this year. A special shout out to Darius, William, Matthew, Tony, Carlos, Daniel, Monte, Matthew, Alan, Kevin, Carlos down at Camp Kilpatrick. I love you guys!’
Kim set her differences with Tristan aside after he cheated on Khloe again in order to make the visit possible.
The SKIMS founder has been involved in criminal justice reform while also being an advocate for those she believes to have been wrongfully imprisoned over the years.
Kim has helped free those who have been incarcerated in the past, such as Crystal Munoz in 2020.
She was sentenced for 18-years in prison for drug conspiracy and was forced to leave behind her 5-month-old baby and welcomed a second child in jail.
At the time of her clemency by then 45th President of the United States, Donald Trump, Kim sent out a tweet regarding the situation.
‘Crystal was shackled by prison guards during the birth of her second daughter,’ she typed. ‘Crystal case was highlighted in the First Step Act which banned the degrading and inhumane treatment of shackling female prisoners during childbirth.’
Two other women she helped free from incarceration and long-term prison sentences included Judith Negron and Tynice Hall.
Kim has notably been working towards achieving a law degree, and passed her baby bar exam in December 2021.