An estimated 5000 people marched in memory of the 72 people who died in the Grenfell Tower fire, and in solidarity
with their loved ones who are still fighting for justice.
Hisam Choucair, who lost six members of his
family on the 22nd floor, said during a public inquiry last month: “I have to live with my family ripped apart for the rest of my life. I
don’t see this as a tragedy; I see it as an atrocity, because
essentially there is segregation between the rich and the poor… Everything has just been a fight for us.
One thing after another. And we’re going to fight it to the end. I’m not going
to shut up, I’m not going to allow this to be brushed beneath the
carpet. As long as I have a breath in my soul I will not let that happen
because I’d be letting my family down, the community down, everybody.”