The call to stop black deaths in custody returned to Sydney’s streets on September 19, but this time protestors took to their cars to join a convoy to Long Bay Jail.

It’s the prison in which 26-year-old Dunghutti man David Dungay died in 2015, after being held down by five guards – none of whom were charged over his death.

Among protestors demands are an immediate end to all deaths in custody; the re-instatement of COVID-19-safe visits to prisoners; the funding of First Nations community justice initiatives; and, construction of the Tane Chatfield Wellness Centre (the 22-year-old Gamilaraay, Gumbaynggirr and Wakka Wakka man died in hospital in 2017 after being found unconscious in his Tamworth jail cell).

Video: Nadya Labiba, Soofia Tariq and Bertin Huynh.