VAMOS4PR  

Vamos4PR is a network of stateside labor, community, cultural, and human rights groups committed to fighting for a better future for Puerto Rico and empowering the Puerto Rican diaspora. 

 

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Two years after Hurricane Maria, Puerto Rico is still in the fight of its life. Join us, demand a brighter future for Puerto Rico: cancel the debt, invest in the people!

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 VAMOS4PR IN THE NEWS 

El Nuevo Día

El boricua Javier Cuebas será el director ejecutivo de la coalición Vamos4PR

August 22, 2019

El puertorriqueño Javier Cuebas fue nombrado director ejecutivo de la coalición Vamos4PR, la red de grupos sindicales, comunitarios, culturales y pro derechos humanos que desde la diáspora aboga por Puerto Rico.

El Nuevo Día

Fallece el líder sindical Héctor Figueroa

July 10, 2019

Figueroa, por años comprometidos con los asuntos referentes a la Isla y portavoz de la coalición Vamos4Puerto Rico, murió en Nueva York, donde residía

Democracy Now

Activists Demand Cancellation of Puerto Rico’s $72 Billion Public Debt

March 14, 2019

And in New York City, activists rallied outside federal court in Manhattan Wednesday, where a judge is overseeing Puerto Rico’s municipal bankruptcy proceedings—the largest such case in U.S. history. 

#CANCELTHEDEBT

Tell Congress to investigate the Fiscal Control Board and take steps to rebuild Puerto Rico.

YOUR STORY MATTERS

Maricelis González

Special Student Services Assistant, San Juan

"We no longer have the materials or the resources to serve kids with multiple disabilities. They are such a vulnerable population. This is criminal!"

Migdalia Flores Garcia

Teacher, San Juan

"My family has been affected since my son, resident in Gurabo, has had to go to work to Barceloneta and they are planning to leave Puerto Rico. If my retirement is reduced I will not be able to fulfill my economic commitments, especially my house."

Iris Colón Year

Custodian, Orlando, Florida

"Even as a dual income family with health insurance, we could not guarantee health care for our diabetic daughter. With sales tax, gas prices, transportation and medicine costs increasing in Puerto Rico due to the debt, we were forced to move to Florida."

RESOURCES

Get the facts about the Puerto Rican debt crisis

A TIMELINE OF PUERTO RICO'S FINANCIAL CRISIS

How did Puerto Rico end up in a financial crisis? Read how it all unfolded and became one of the worst economic crises in American history.