While every moment of social upheaval is unique, history suggests long recovery periods for economies wracked by violent uprisings.
In a lot of cities, policing eats up a big chunk of the general fund.
Target, Amazon and Apple are among the larger companies who have acknowledged the injustice driving protests.
They accused the president of praising Hong Kong protesters, but cracking down harshly on demonstrators in the United States.
Police insurers wants to make sure that the departments they cover minimize risk for liability.
The organization has been fighting against the concept of cash bail.
"You have cities out there borrowing money to pay off judgments because of brutal and corrupt police officers," said Marc Morial of the National Urban League.
The FBI also says that just over 40% of law enforcement officers are contributing to the National Use-of-Force Data Collection.