I designed this Ysleta Del Sur Pueblo 2020 Year-End Report for the Ysleta del Sur Pueblo, a Puebloan Native American tribal entity located in the Ysleta section of El Paso, Texas. It is dedicated to all the frontline personnel who tirelessly worked to combat COVID-19 on the reservation and in the surrounding community. The cover features many of these heroes against the backdrop of what will be the Pueblo’s new health clinic. While under construction, the clinic is an inspiration, and its development represents the promise that the Pueblo will have the resources to protect against future health threats. The publication is stab bound with vegan leather cord and a turquoise bead that honors the memory of the seven tribal members who died of COVID last year. The gradients throughout denote transitions, both the ones we all faced last year, and those of the departed, from this world to that of the ancestors—may they greet and bless them all as they send their love and prayers back to the Pueblo in the form of sun rays, rain, and rainbows.