Alvin Hall coming to Baruch!

Hello Baruch colleagues,

Something has come together so fast that I don’t even have a flyer for it yet, but I wanted to let everyone know as soon as possible that on April 20, same day as Sam Pollard’s Reading and Conversation later that evening, the Harman Program  is sponsoring a talk and lunch with author and podcaster Alvin D. Hall — a very big name in bestselling personal finance books, podcasts and even children’s books, who recently published a nonfiction memoir Driving the Green Book, A Road Trip Through the Living History of Black Resistance which came out of a very successful podcast he did with the same title. 

I had booked a different Harman Fellow but a couple of weeks ago she confirmed she was unable to make it. I happened to meet Alvin through a mutual friend, and he happens to live near Baruch, and was telling me about his new book, and suddenly this all came together. 

The Harman Fellow lunch events are capped at 20 students so it’s not a huge publicity endeavor — but if you can think of any students who might like to have lunch with him on the 20th, please tell them to RSVP to

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