A group including children left from Cummeragunga Church and arrived at The Flats several hours later. More than 70 years after Aboriginal people started living on The Flats between Shepparton and Mooroopna, the story of the walk off is told in signage along a 4.3km walk. This link describes the signage project and includes video of Neville Atkinson discussing the importance of The Flats.
William Cooper’s great-grandson, Kevin Russell, lead a walk to Melbourne’s Federation Square in 2010 to commemorate the Kristallnacht protest.
William Cooper’s grandson, Uncle Boydie, lead a group from Cooper’s house in Southampton Street, Footscray, to the German Consulate. This article covers the re-enactment: Forebear’s protest letter finally delivered.
Alf (Uncle Boydie) Turner met Sir Peter Cosgrove, the Governor-General during Reconciliation Week at Government House, Canberra to hand over a historic petition