She’s best known as a reality star, business mogul and fashionista, but Kim Kardashian West’s true passion is less glamorous. In Oxygen’s new documentary Kim Kardashian West: The Justice Project (April 5, 7 p.m.), she goes inside prisons to meet people incarcerated for life and find out what landed them there. “It’s definitely changed me,” she tells Us exclusively. “I used to maybe be a bit more judgmental. It just really opened my heart and made me a completely more empathetic person.”
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