Kim Kardashian Kanye West
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Since Kim Kardashian West was robbed in Paris on October 3, she's kept a pretty low profile. She publicly reemerged last Monday (October 24) and has since been out supporting her husband, Kanye West, while his The Life of Pablo tour is in Los Angeles. 

And while she was out supporting her boo, Kim and Kanye both took a moment to show their continued support to the Black Lives Matter movement. 

The eldest son of Alton Sterling, (the man killed by police officers on July 5, 2016), got to celebrate his 16th birthday with the Wests.

Sterling's attorney, Justin Bamberg, posted this photo of Cameron Sterling meeting Kim and Kanye backstage while attending Yeezy's in-demand show. 

The Wests are not the first celebrities to show solidarity with the Sterling family. "Insecure" actress Issa Rae created a scholarship fund for Sterling's five kids which raised over $700,000 for their future education.

This isn't the first time Kim has shown her support for the Sterling family.

Back in July, after the deaths of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile, she penned an essay for her website in support of Black Lives Matter.

"This week we watched Alton Sterling and Philando Castile, two innocent black men, get senselessly murdered by police officers. Like a lot of you guys, I watched the videos, and was appalled and completely heartbroken. I was left speechless, angry and numb.
I want my children to grow up knowing that their lives matter. I do not ever want to have to teach my son to be scared of the police, or tell him that he has to watch his back because the people we are told to trust—the people who 'protect and serve'—may not be protecting and serving him because of the color of his skin."
She concluded the essay with links for people to donate to the families of Sterling and Castile. 

And following Sterling's death, Kanye linked to a video showing the graphic moment when he was killed.

On his song, "Feedback" he raps about police brutality, saying, "hands up, we just doing what the cops taught us/hands up, hands up, then the cops shot us."

Considering the appeal and attention both Kim and Kanye garner, it's great to see them continuing to highlight their solidarity with #BlackLivesMatter.