The focus shifts to Australia
Following the demonstration some time was spent in court.
A number of students had been charged with assaulting police officers' boots with their heads, and defences needed to be organised.
After that the focus moved to the situation of the Aborigines.
In June the "Sydney University Organising Committee for Action on Aboriginal Rights" was formed. A public meeting was organised and addressed by Bill Ford, an economics lecturer who had taken part in the U.S. freedom rides. On July 7 there was a demonstration outside parliament house in Sydney.
The "organising committee" faded away after the July demonstration, but a little later Student Action for Aborigines (SAFA) was formed. Charles Perkins, the first Aborigine (along with Gary Williams) to attend a university in Australia, was elected President.