Hundreds gathered in the heart of Albany on Saturday to make a stand against racism and Aboriginal deaths in custody. Jarrad Inman, 19, said he did not choose to be Aboriginal, but he was “damn proud to be”. “We are told to sit down and shut up because we are making people uncomfortable, but maybe it’s time to be a little uncomfortable,” he said. Albany’s Tinotenda Chiware, 14, spoke about the bullying she had endured at school. “I remember spending an hour in the bathtub when I was six years old scrubbing and scratching, wondering why the dirt wasn’t coming off,” she said. The protest, organised by Albany teens, was one of many nationwide held in support of the Black Lives Matter movement. Click here for full coverage.