The John Findley Green Foundation lecture was established in 1936 as a memorial to John Findley Green, an attorney in St. Louis who graduated from Westminster in 1884. The foundation provides for lectures designed to promote understanding of economic and social problems of international concern. It further provides that "the speaker shall be a person of international reputation."
The most notable of all Green Lecturers, Sir Winston Churchill delivered "The Sinews of Peace", better
known as the Iron Curtain speech, on March 5, 1946.
Edwina Sandys, granddaughter of Winston
Churchill, and former Soviet President
Mikhail Gorbachev stand within the Breakthrough sculpture (1992).
Lady Margaret Thatcher speaks with thought and compassion during her 1996 address.