It's where the sand and surf meet city life. A place where historic names like Kalakaua and Kuhio meet modern names like Hilton and Trump. It's arguably the cash cow of the state because just about every vacation to Hawaii somehow involves Waikiki.
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.