Like no other year we can remember, 2020 has been the wake-up call of all wake-up calls. We’ve stopped shaking hands in public and linked arms across racial divides. We’ve masked our faces and simultaneously cried out for change. We’ve withdrawn into our homes in fear and bravely protested in the streets. This is the stuff of real change. And, as can be expected when things get shaken up, change is often messy.