Ceteris Paribus - all other things being equal; the current and evolving global movement for final racial equality and social justice appears to be a peaceful exercise by the people to meeting the ends to end historical wrongs.
However, given the many variables at work to impede achieving universal human rights, continued acts and rhetoric of division, and aspirations to retain elitism, the scope of the final demand for racial equality and social justice could easily change in proportion to efforts to maintain a fallible status-quo.
Unlike in economics where "invisible hands" determine outcomes of supply and demand in a capitalist market, there is no invisibility to racism and social injustice. There are stark actors and forces working to keep discrimination in tact.
And if these actors are forces are permitted to continue their historical wrongs in the absence of mitigation, then current peaceful modes to racial equality and social justice will have to change to prevent the racist prevalence of a stained and inhumane era.
Therefore, the character of the final demand for racial equality and social justice will depend on the actions of actors and forces standing in opposition to universal human rights. Not by those seeking freedom and justice for all.
Thus, the character of the movement for final racial equality and social justice, in the absence of a clear constant for sustaining peace and unity, remains undefined on this 22nd day of June, 2020.