On 13 January 2018, the citizens of Hawaii faced impending nuclear destruction. Or so they thought.
One Saturday morning in 2018, Hawaii’s 1.4 million inhabitants received a text message from the Emergency Management Agency urging them to take shelter, as a missile was headed straight for the archipelago. Cellular communication networks collapsed and panic took hold of the population; for Hawaiians and their loved ones – not to mention the rest of world – the growing urgency of today’s nuclear threat was thrown into stark relief. Interspersing retellings of this event with the horrors of Hiroshima and Pearl Harbour, the SXSW award-winning On the Morning You Wake (To the End of the World) offers a gripping, irrefutable contribution to the global conversation about nuclear disarmament and abolition.
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