EDITORIAL DIGEST : Communities United for Police Reform Cuts Ties With Mayor de Blasio's PR Firm

The image on a flyer for a police reform workshop at the Left Forum 2014, at which grassroots activists discussed how elected officials intentionally deescalate calls for reform in order to subjugate efforts to reinvigorate the political left in New York City.  Source :  Louis Flores

The image on a flyer for a police reform workshop at the Left Forum 2014, at which grassroots activists discussed how elected officials intentionally deescalate calls for reform in order to subjugate efforts to reinvigorate the political left in New York City.  Source :  Louis Flores

Gearing up to confront City Hall over Broken Windows, police reform group cuts ties to de Blasio-controlled public relations firm, BerlinRosen 

After its separation from the lobbying firm, BerlinRosen, is the umbrella police reform group, Communities United for Police Reform, telegraphing that it is ready to break free from the veal pen ?  *  Finally ready to break free from veal pen, Communities United for Police Reform cuts ties with BerlinRosen [UPDATED] (Progress Queens) (12 Nov 2014)*

The Cuomo campaign slashed-and-burned its way to victory.  Now what ?

In the weeks leading up to the general election, Gov. Andrew Cuomo widened rifts with the Democratic Party's progressive wing, raising concerns how a second term will accommodate a reinvigorated political left.  *  Having won reëlection, Cuomo must heal discord (Progress Queens) (04 Nov 2014)

 -- Progress Queens

(*) Updated to clarify that Communities United for Police Reform did not unilaterally fire BerlinRosen.