Maria C. Molina introduces herself as Yoeme-Tlamanalcah. Her commitments include nurturing 6 children and her husband, justice, and collective healing through culture, ceremony, and resistance. She belongs to Calpolli Teoxicalli, a constellation of families living the values, culture, and traditions of their ancestors as caretakers of the land, water, and sacred bundles. She is a clinical social worker employed as a therapist for the Pascua Yaqui Centered Spirit Program and the manager for The Tu’iriauvicha Vo’o – Path to Recovery Homes that includes a men’s and a women’s facility on the Pascua Yaqui Reservation. She also teaches as an adjunct faculty member at Pima Community College for the Social Services and Behavioral Health Department. Justice, healing, us-determination, and Indigenous values are the foundation of her practice and way of living.