SEATTLE, Jan. 3 /PRNewswire/ — Senator John Edwards, 2004 Democratic Vice-Presidential candidate and former North Carolina Senator, will speak at the Gonzaga University School of Law annual Luvera Lecture Series Luncheon on January 10, 2006 at 12:00 p.m. in Seattle at The Columbia Tower Club.
Established in 1990, the Luvera Lecture Series is an annual event that features the nation’s brightest minds, designed to inspire students and alumni of Gonzaga University School of Law. The series is underwritten by Seattle attorneys Paul and Lita Luvera, both Gonzaga Law School graduates and partners in The Luvera Law Firm. Lita Luvera also serves on the Gonzaga University Board of Regents.
While the event is sold out to Gonzaga students and alumni, Senator Edwards’ presentation will broadcast in its entirety on TVW, a Washington state public affairs broadcaster. The broadcast time is still to be determined, but it will be available on most Washington cable systems, and on the Web at www.tvw.org.
Senator Edwards’ presentation on "America, The Land of Opportunity" will illustrate his belief that opportunity is the birthright of every American. He will also discuss the importance of providing quality education to children, combating poverty, and strengthening national security. Senator Edwards believes that it is our responsibility as a society to offer options that will help every man, woman, and child attain the American Dream. [Source]
Unless of course you’re an unborn child in the womb. Nice going Gonzaga for a school "informed by our humanistic, Jesuit, and Catholic traditions and values."