Democratic candidate for governor Cynthia Nixon on Monday touted the endorsement of Akeem Browder, whose brother Kalief died by suicide at Riker’s Island after two years in solitary confinement.

In a video, Nixon criticizes Gov. Andrew Cuomo for not following through on criminal justice reforms such as restricting the use of solitary confinement.

The Nixon campaign’s news release on the video on several references in an apparent flub calls Akeem Browder “Kalief.”

“In the video, Cynthia and Kalief specifically discuss the need to end cash bail, to reform the discovery process and to pass Kalief’s law – which ensures the right to a speedy trial,” the release said. “Governor Cuomo had promised Kalief that he would fight to pass measures like these, but later broke that promise. When Kalief began speaking to media about the Governor’s broken promise, the Governor’s top lawyer tried to silence Kalief.”

Cuomo had invited Akeem Browder to the State of the State when declaring his push for the criminal justice reforms.

“Governor Cuomo looked me in the eye and told me that he would pass policies to ensure what happened to our family would never happen again, but he failed to deliver,” he says in the video.

“I’m endorsing Cynthia Nixon because we need a governor who will actually fight to dismantle our system of mass incarceration and build a system based on freedom and justice for all.”