They are a part of Hawaii's population often hit hard by breast cancer. Many Micronesian, Samoan, and Filipino women -- and men -- lack the treatment and education in their own countries and one group is finding a way to build trust and save lives.
We've been watching what's being called the "greatest activation of Hawaiian people in more than 100 years." But could a new movement designed to unite those people tear them apart? It’s something that critics of Na’i Aupuni say could happen.