Hinamoeura Cross is a Polynesian women and also a mom. She fights for recognition and to draw attention to the legacy impact on French nuclear testing in the Pacific. Between 1966 and 1996, there were 193 nuclear tests in so-called French Polynesia. Since 1980, her family has been affected by thyroid cancer first her great grandmother, grandmother, and in 1990 her aunty and her Mom. In 2000 her aunty got a breast cancer. In 2013, it was her turn: leukemia. In 2019, she spoke in front of the UN Fourth Committee to denounce the nuclear legacy on her people. She shares the story of her family as an example of what thousands of Polynesian families face as a result of nuclear weapons.Today, she is determined to tell her story and the story of her people to the international community.