“What I’ve Learned from Being in the Vietnam War,” Mark Foreman

Why and how has the United States become the most aggressive, militaristic country in the world? What can we, as citizens, do about it?

Mark Foreman was raised in Ames, Iowa, as a Presbyterian. He joined the US Navy in 1966 and trained as a Corpsman/Medic. He was wounded is Vietnam in 1968 and rated disabled. He is a peace and justice activist, a stone sculptor, and a retired art teacher. Mark Co-Founded the Milwaukee Homeless Veterans Initiative, is a lifetime member of Veterans for Peace, and has served on their Board of Directors.