An Evening with CSI's Hill Harper
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An Evening with CSI's Hill Harper:
Building A Foundation for Your Life
Hill Harper has won legions of admirers for his soulful portrayal of "Dr. Sheldon Hawkes" on the hit drama series CSI: New York. A talented actor, Harper's passion for his craft is surpassed only by his dedication to inspire America's youth. A firm believer that identity is not defined by skin color or circumstance, the charismatic Harper encourages audiences to "take your biggest dream, and double it."
Harper pursued his education with the same intensity he infuses into his characters, graduating Magna Cum Laude from Brown University and earning graduate degrees in Law and Public Administration from Harvard. He knew early on that education would be the key to his personal success, realizing that to truly thrive one must also help others accomplish their goals. Despite being told repeatedly that "young black people don't read," Harper wrote Letters to a Young Brother, a book that aimed to uplift and provide practical guidance to young African Americans. The book became a bestseller, earning Harper multiple NAACP Image Awards.
Wanting to make a mark past his writing, Harper works to enable positive social change as a spokesman and volunteer for Big Brothers, Big Sisters. Today, he continues in his efforts to better America's social climate and guide our youth as a strong and articulate voice for hope, education, and commitment.
Saturday, September 15, 2012 7:30 PM ET
|Maxwell Theatre Box Office|
Hours: Monday - Friday 3 PM - 7 PM
|All tickets are free:|
Limit 2 tickets per person.
Tickets are valid for admission until 7:15 p.m. on Saturday, September 15, 2012.
Ticket holders arriving after 7:15 p.m. lose their priority over non-ticket holders.
Non-ticket holders and ticket holders arriving late, will be seated on space available basis, first come, first served.
Hill Harper - Manifest Your Destiny
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