A series of guerilla projections rose on the 2nd anniversary of the Grenfell disaster

PHOTO CREDITS: MARK PINDER & CHRISTOPHER THOMOND

Tower blocks across England have been lit up in a series of guerrilla projections highlighting a national fire safety crisis that appears to be getting worse rather than better on the eve of the second anniversary of the Grenfell disaster.

The projections were organized by Grenfell United, which represents the bereaved and survivors of the 14 June 2017 tragedy, and comes amid growing concerns about high-rise safety two years after the worst loss of life in London since the second world war.

The fire doors in this building are still not fit for purpose.

Buildings in London, Manchester, and Newcastle were illuminated with messages up to 12 stories high warning that two years after the fire that killed 72 people, they are still not fitted with sprinklers, feature defective fire doors or are wrapped in dangerous cladding.

2 years after Grenfell and this building is still covered in dangerous cladding. #DemandChange

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