Democratic gubernatorial candidate Cynthia Nixon on Tuesday reiterated her push for criminal justice reform measures as the legislative session winds down in Albany.

Nixon, who is challenging Gov. Andrew Cuomo this September, called for the passage of a bill creating a cashless bail system for New York.

She compared the two divergent stories of Harvey Weinstein, the disgraced Hollywood mogul accused of rape, and Kalief Browder, who committed suicide while awaiting trial at Rikers Island for stealing a backpack.

“One of them is Harvey Weinstein who is a wealthy white man accused of decades of sexual assault and rape. He walks free, because he can afford to pay his one-million-dollar bail,” Nixon said in a video released by her campaign.

“The other Kalief Browder who is a black, 16-year-old kid accused of stealing a backpack. His family can’t afford to pay his $3,000 bail. So he spends the next three years on Rikers Island, where he is beaten and placed in solitary confinement. All without ever being found guilty of a crime.”

She adds: “Thousands of New Yorkers are languishing in jail awaiting trial because of a cash bail system that punishes people for being poor. Tonight, those people will be sleeping in cages and Harvey Weinstein will be sleeping in his own bed.”

The video comes as she plans to rally with advocates in New York City later on Tuesday in recognition of Juneteenth, commemorating the abolition of slavery in the United States.

The session is due to end on Wednesday at the Capitol, and it is unlikely a criminal justice reform bill will be agreed to in the next day and a half.