Calling All Artists:  
advocate for the people of Puerto Rico
and Their Voice for Environmental Justice
 WVQR  90.1 FM - Radio Vieques

The island of Vieques is not recovering from Hurricane Maria. 

The international campaign against the use of Vieques as a US Naval bombing range ended in 2010.  

But today, the people of Vieques are suffering, not only from the hurricane’s devastation, but also from the storm’s distribution of highly dangerous toxic waste that the US military never cleaned up.

  • Promote “Artists For Vieques” to your friends and fans and help us raise funds for Radio Vieques, a powerful voice for human rights and environmental justice.
  • Receive $5 for each $20 contribution inspired by your advocacy.
  • People tell us at checkout which artist inspired their $20 donation.
  • Start advocating today.

People donate $20 to A4MD and receive “Artists For Vieques” - a digital download album featuring 20 songs of beautiful, inspiring music from Willie Nelson & Family, Calle 13, Los Lonely Boys, and more artists from Puerto Rico, Austin, Texas, North Carolina, Oklahoma and the Navajo Nation.

“Artists for Vieques” benefits via WVQR - 90.1 FM, a full power public radio station broadcasting for peace, environmental justice, human rights and cultural diversity.


Democracy Now interviews Robert Rabin, director of Radio Vieques, in the wake of Hurricane Maria.


Songwriters, Recording Artists
Publishers and Record Companies

All of us in the music industry understand the critical role community and public radio stations play in building the careers of recording artists.

Federal funding for public broadcasting is facing elimination.

When songwriters and musicians, with approval from their record companies and publishers, contribute music downloads of one song, we produce digital albums and support radio stations. 

Artists and stations - music and broadcasting - generating revenue to sustain community radio in the hard times ahead.