Seattlish blog has the video and details. (Note: Seattlish uses language we don't - just so you know.) The video that Seattlish has is only partial.
Mr Harvey said some good things (from Seattle Refined).
"The coolest thing you can do it be yourself." He spoke on the pressures of high school, and not to be defeated when you "tell your big dreams to small-minded people." He encouraged kids to not let others deter them from their own path.but he also said some dubious things. From his speech:
"Everything God made of value, he made hard to get," Harvey said at the assembly. "All you girls here who have what these boys want: Why do you think God put it where he hid it? You girls are sitting on a gold mine! You can't pass it off like it's candy."He goes on in his talk at Garfield about how he "didn't make good money because I spoke good grammar" "I make a lot of money but it ain't because I can talk" and that he can't even write.
He said "you've been told education is your most important thing but it is not" (gasps from the kids). "I don't care what anybody tell you, the most important thing is your dream."
It can also be noted that in some circles, Mr. Harvey is considered a misogynist and homophobe. He also believes if you don't believe in God, you have "no moral barometer" and "you are an idiot."