Direct link to ImageShareConceptually similarView AllView more with similar tones Century of Pictures.St Kilda player Nicky Winmar points to his skin in response to a racist taunt from the crowd. April 16, 1993. Picture by WAYNE LUDBEYReflections 150 Years of The AgeThe Story Behind the Photo:April 16, 1993, St Kilda player Nicky Winmar faced a hostile Collingwood crowd at Victoria Park. Winmar and Aboriginal teammate Gilbert McAdam withstood racist taunts during the match. St Kilda emerged victorious and spontaneously at game's end Winmar lifted his arms over his head, then raised his St Kilda jersey to point at his skin, declaring: "I'm black - and I'm proud to be black!"Photographer:WAYNE LUDBEYSee all of this photographer's imagesKeywords:Aboriginal-Collingwood-jeer-magpies-park-published 18 june 2010-racism-SAINT-saints-sportCategories:InstagramAdd to cartDownload Zoom res. (TR3)DownloadImage ID:FXJ97897Select usageWhat type of print? Related Collections:Fairfax Archives InstagramFather's Day Gift IdeasNicky Winmar, AFL Footballer (born 1965)PersonalitiesSport FavouritesAustralia Day CelebrationsIconic Fairfax PhotographsNeed to find uniquely Australian images for your next campaign?