It looks to me like there is going to be a significant economic shift away from certain American cities into more rural areas or to cities without the kind of progressive-left violence that we see from Antifa and the raging hypocrites in Black Lives Matter.
As the wealthy and the white-collar middle class, along with the job providers, move out of various cities like New York, Chicago, Minneapolis, Seattle, and Portland, those cities will continue to deteriorate. So long as local and state officials, usually of the Democratic persuasion, continue to ignore -- or even tacitly approve of -- ideological violence in the streets, then their tax base will wither, crime and homicide rates will rise as they defund the police and the cops quit their jobs, and regular hard-working families will remove their children from what are hostile environments.
The problem is not police brutality or "systemic" racism.
The problem is a wave of ideological poison, derived from progressive-left political theory and the rise of "intersectional" ideology, out of the universities, which is grounded in racial divisiveness, resentment, and a facile hierarchy of victimhood which insists upon placing all the woes in the US on workers of European descent (aka "white people") and upon Jewish people / Zionists.