Stanford students attend a Native heritage talk with William Prince

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A group of Stanford students attended a special lunch with William Prince last week before his concert at Bing Auditorium. William is a gospel recording artist from the Peguis First Nation of Manitoba, Canada. His recent album titled Gospel First Nation was released in 2020.

Sha’teiohseri:io “Rio” Patton, an undergraduate student, guided the open and casual discussion. William shared his experiences of developing his Native cultural identity in adolescence and how he successfully balances his Christianity and Native identity. Overall, his message focused on living and manifesting a healthy and happy life. The event was hosted by the Stanford Native American Cultural Center.


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