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The effect this has on Blacky is immediate. He feels like a sinking ship. The whole town wants the footy team to win and it all comes down to the ruckman - to Blacky. He can only watch with admiration the true stars of the team, the Aboriginal kids from the Nunga reserve at the Point.
Blacky watches one player in particular: A handsome kid with perfect white teeth, Dumby is vain but immensely talented.
Despite the fact that playing on the footy team is the only thing they have in common, the two become friends. But Blacky is at a crossroads. He still has a childlike innocence to his worldview, one that both shelters him from the worst of it and makes him a vulnerable target.
You will hear people make derogatory, stereotypical comments and statements that are highly offensive, but they are made with a kind of "you know what I mean" offhandedness, a matter-of-fact "everyone understands this" evenness that appals.
It is the dismissive casual attitude with which the comments are made that truly offend and dismay because it makes it clear just how inherent and thoughtless such attitudes are. No one wastes much energy in doing anything about it.
The idea that someone would speak up and denounce a person for making a racist comment is laughable. And of course, the kinds of things said about the Aborigines are things that white Australians are just as guilty of: Usually the Nungas came into town, got their supplies and left again.
But sometimes a mob would walk all the way from the Point. Those Nungas were tough, much tougher than us. Fifteen, twenty, a lot. I could see them now, at the start of the jetty. They were mucking around with the ropes that went out to the dinghies.
Perhaps part of the fun for them was putting the white kids on edge. No one wants to befriend an Aboriginal, to learn about them, understand them, see another perspective. Easier - and often safer - to go with the flow, keep your head down and your mouth shut at best, or join in.
When Blacky takes the unprecedented step of walking all the way to the Point, his first impression is one of confusion. The Point was not a big chance in the Tidy Towns competition, I can assure you of that.
Not even in Section B.
Most of the houses were fibro, but there were a few brick ones as well. Then I realised what it was. The houses all had doors and windows. And according to the front bar the first thing Nungas do when they move into a new house is rip the doors off their hinges and smash all the windows.
So that was the image I had in my head.Deadly Unna "Deadly Unna" is the story of Garry Blacks realization of racism and discrimination in the port where he lives. When everyone else seems do nothing to prevent the discrimination Blacky a young boy steps up to the plate and has the guts to say no against racism towards the local Aborigines.
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