History of Forward Together Lecture
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History of the Forward Together Lecture
The Forward Together Lecture is an annual lecture series established in March 2009 by presidents Dr. Vianne Timmons (University of Regina), Dr. Bruce Perlson (Luther College), Fr. Benjamin Fiore, S.J., (Campion College) and Charles Pratt (First Nations University of Canada). The purpose of the Lecture is to highlight the joint commitment of the four institutions to a common academic and social purpose that promotes inclusiveness, understanding, social justice, and human rights. The Lecture is meant to appeal to a general audience and broaden the University's community outreach.