Re:Nathan Lee and Question for Danalee

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Posted by Ayesha on December 02, 1999 at 11:24:19:

In Reply to: Re: Nathan Lee Chasing Horse and MORE posted by Danalee Lavelle-Burroughs on December 01, 1999 at 10:44:39:

Hi Danalee,

I believe that Nathan Lee said he was working with the Congress of the American Indian in Washington D.C. and that his mission was to help keep the youth on reservations drug and alcohol free. He said that his body had never experienced drugs or alcohol. He has a lot to be proud of. Bless him!

By the way, are you living in California??

All the best,


: Ayesha, thanks for the post. I should have driven over for the festival I'm not that far away. Wish I had now... Does Nathan Lee work with the American Indian College Fund by chance? Sounds like he's a super role model. I hope they post a picture on the film festival site eventually. Thanks, again. Danalee

: : Hi Everyone,

: : I am finally back in town and have some time to post. Collin and I saw the post on Nathan Lee Chasing Horse last evening. We just saw Nathan Lee at the Native American Film Festival. He is an amazing human being. He gave up acting 4 years ago in order to travel around the country and visit the youth living on reservations. He has never had drugs or alcohol in his body. He is on a mission! Collin and I were so impressed with him. He gave one of the most inspiring talks we have ever heard. I am so curious, as to find out what led him on his path at such a young age. Does anyone out there know???? He is only 24 years old. He looks like someone out of one of our history books, as though he lives his life in the old ways. He is so striking. His hair goes down past his waist and he wears large shell earings. He looks almost like a young Chief Joseph. I believe he is Souix. During the intermission of the awards evening at the Film Festival, all the the young girls were asking to have their picture taken with him. Collin and I sat and watched the whole thing. We did not know who he was, until later in the evening when he received an award for his wonderful work. We are so thankful that we were able to know about him and the work that he is doing. I believe he said that he spends time working in Washington D.C. on Native issues. It is amazing that he gave up an incredible career, in order to help the "lost ones" find their way on the "Red Road"

: : Blessings,

: : Ayesha

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