Six-year-old Deja in a Black Lives Matter march, September 1, 2020, in Kenosha, Wisconsin (Morry Gash/AP)

In a podcast for Monocle 24, Dr. Michell Chresfield of the University of Birmingham presents the significance of Black Lives Matter for the November 3 US elections — and the significance of the elections for racial and social issues.

We are going to see a showdown at some point about these leftist, progressive interventions and the ways they might butt up against the agendas a prospective Biden Presidency which, so far, has been leading to a centrist approach….

If Biden pulls it out on November 3, he has a lot to fix.

Listen from 29:48: