The only relation the town has with the aboriginals of the Point is football, though the racial prejudice is still obvious.It seemed that Blacky was not aware of how racist his friends were. But the truth was that Blacky was friends with him but because everyone hated the aboriginals, Blacky felt like he had to hate them as well. Blacky realized how racist his town was against the Nungas.The footy team's attitude between the Nungas and Goonyas was very serious. Though clearly the best player on the day, Dumby Red did not receive the ‘Best on the ground’ award. This was the turning point of Blacky's view of the town.As a result of what happens, Garys perspective of life and people of the Port changes.Deadly Unna is a novel written by Phillip Gwynne about fourteen year old Blacky and his life at the Port.In the beginning when his friends query him about liking Dumby he spits on the ground to verify that he means what he says when he states that Dumby is not a mate of his.However later on when his friends ask him a similar question he this time says "Piss off, his not my mate, I hate his guts" But this time I didn't spit, because I didn't mean it.The team all like Dumby, and so do the parents, but when it came to the award night, Gary thought that Dumby would get the award, I am unsure if anyone else thought that, so when he didn’t get the award Gary thought it was because he was Aboriginal, but maybe it wasn’t.As a result of all these racist activities, there is a clear border between the two communities.Nevertheless, he does get to the funeral and the experience gives him the courage to make a further stand.It is clear when he and his siblings paint over the ‘BOONGS PISS OFF’ graffiti, how much he has matured. Although he knows that he can’t change the attitudes of the Port overnight and the slogan may well reappear, he also knows he has at last taken responsibility for something he can change, ‘not forever, but for tonight anyway’.