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Kim Kardashian West continues to use her platform to raise awareness about something very near and dear to her heart.
As a response to that Wall Street Journal advertisement paid for by Turkic Platform effectively denying the genocide of 1.5 million Armenians back in 1915 — the Armenian Educational Foundation took out a full-page ad of their own in the New York Times using the reality star's original blog post from back in April to blast the WSJ.
As you may recall, "no stranger to BS in the press," the 35-year-old denounced the outlet for agreeing to run such a "shameful and unacceptable" ad at the beginning of this year.
At the time, KKW penned to her website:
"For the Wall Street Journal to publish something like this is reckless, upsetting and dangerous. It's one thing when a crappy tabloid profits from a made-up scandal, but for a trusted publication like WSJ to profit from genocide – it's shameful and unacceptable."
Kanye West's wife also blasted the trusted publication's stance that is was publishing a "provocative viewpoint" by arguing:
"Advocating the denial of a genocide by the country responsible for it — that's not publishing a 'provocative viewpoint,' that's spreading lies. It's totally morally irresponsible, and most of all, it's dangerous."
Tell 'em how you really feel, Kimmy!
The Armenian Educational Foundation used Kim's poignant letter to relay their own message, all the while thanking the KUWTK star for putting a spotlight on the issue.
You can see the full NYT response (below):
Julie Chen learned a valuable lesson from her family's dark history.
On Thursday's The Talk, the 46-year-old shared the terrible story of her great-grandmother and aunt being kidnapped and held for ransom.
Chen explained that since her grandfather was a wealthy businessman, it drew a "target on his back" years ago.
Apparently, a group of bandits once kidnapped his elderly mother and one of his teenage daughters, threatening to kill them if a large ransom wasn't paid.
Julie's grandfather managed to gather up all the money and gave it to his nephew to deliver for the exchange… except the family member double-crossed him and "disappeared into the night with the money."
Unfortunately, it was that very stab in the back that led to the murder of the CBS host's great-grandmother:
Prince William is so supportive!
The 34-year-old and wife Kate Middleton visited a school north of London on Friday to speak on the importance of children being "emotionally supported" in the education system.
However, when he arrived at Stewards Academy, the Prince actually had to give some physical support to a local dignitary who accidentally tripped and fell over while welcoming the royals!
After Jonathan Douglas-Hughes, Vice Lord Lieutenant of Essex, took a tumble, William rushed to his aid and helped the man back on his feet — all while Kate stood to the side, presumably lending her emotional support.
Douglas-Hughes, who serves as the Queen's hand in Essex, told People following the spill: