Kim Kardashian West knows how to string out a story line. Just in case you hadn’t thought about her work with the White House on prison restructuring in a few minutes, on Monday the reality TV star posted some behind-the-scenes pics of her advocacy.

Kardashian West shared images from her visit to the White House earlier this month for an event announcing an initiative aimed at helping prisoners freed under the First Step Act get transportation — including one of her strolling through the West Colonnade that lines the Rose Garden and another of her stretched out on what looks like a conference table alongside her attorneys.

“It was an honor to take part in the announcement that the administration and private sector will be stepping up to create opportunities for these men and women to succeed once home,” she wrote.

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Since the passage of the First Step Act in December, I’ve been speaking with people coming home from prison and learning about the challenges they are facing. While I have been able to offer support to some of the individuals I have met, the obstacles to success are an everyday struggle for thousands and more needs to be done. It was an honor to take part in the announcement that the administration and private sector will be stepping up to create opportunities for these men and women to succeed once home. I’m proud to partner on this initiative with @Lyft , a company with a history of taking bold action to do what’s right for our community. Thank you for providing ride share credits to formally incarcerated people when they come home. If there are any other companies who would like to step up, we would welcome the support. At the moment we have a particular need for cell phones and minutes so that these people can communicate with potential employers and with their loved ones.

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And because the Kardashians are masters of #sponcon, Kim used the post to shout out the company she’s teamed up with. “I’m proud to partner on this initiative with @Lyft, a company with a history of taking bold action to do what’s right for our community,” she wrote. “Thank you for providing ride share credits to formally incarcerated people when they come home.”