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Artists for Vieques

WVQR 90.1 FM - Radio Vieques

In 2013, Willie Nelson & Family, Calle 13, Los Lonely Boys, Zoraida Santiago and recordings artists from Puerto Rico and Austin, Texas helped build a public radio station on Vieques Island off the eastern coast of Puerto Rico.

Hurricane Maria

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.  

The people of Vieques are suffering from the hurricane's devastation and distribution of highly contaminated toxic waste that the US military never cleaned up.

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

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Artists for Vieques

DEMOCRACY NOW interviews Robert Rabin, Director of Radio Vieques. Puerto Ricans in Vieques cope with devastation and fear toxic contamination from Hurricane Maria.


Artists for Vieques

by Various Artists

In 2013, Willie Nelson & Family, Calle 13, Los Lonely Boys, Zoraida Santiago and many more recordings artists from Puerto Rico and Austin, Texas helped build a public radio station. WVQR - 90.1 FM -Radio Vieques.

"From Vieques we extend a warm embrace of gratitude and solidarity to artists in Puerto Rico and in the United States who donated songs for the digital album Artists for Vieques to support Radio Vieques WVQR 90.1FM.  

"Your musical contribution reminds us of the unique dynamic of mutual inspiration between artists and the struggle for peace on Vieques that helped us put an end to half century of US Navy bombing here on May 1st, 2003.  Your artistic solidarity will help us re-establish Radio Vieques, a key tool in the continuing struggles for decontamination, return of our lands and sustainable community development."

Robert Rabin Siegal, Director, Radio Vieques