First Name : Nasreen
Last Name : Sheikhyousef
Approx. Age : 33
State : Maine
FACEBOOK : nasreen.sheikhyousef
INSTAGRAM : @nasreen4portland
TWITTER : @NasreenME
Tags : Politicians
Nasreen Sheikhyousef, aka Nasreen Sheikh Yousef, is a radical who was arrested at a BLM protest in Portland, Maine in 2016. She was charged with obstructing a roadway. She was working as an organizer for a group known as "Black POWER". She was active in Portland's BLM protests in 2020. Sheikhyousef was elected to the Portland (Maine) city commission in 2021. Her campaign photos appear to have significantly lightened her facial complexion. After she was elected, she played the white supremacy trope, using Twitter to accuse the city manager of being a white supremacist. She thought the city manager's position was racist because the KKK supposedly created the position in the 1920s. She was later the subject of a recall campaign. She was one of the politicians pushing a Portland ordinance to allow non-citizens to vote, something that's illegal under Maine law. She claims to have been a child slave who escaped an arranged marriage in Africa. Sheikhyousef lives in the Portland area. https://archive.ph/ZIYLE#selection-2591.0-2591.20 https://archive.md/oC7Fm, https://archive.md/OE4Si, https://archive.ph/4NS8h
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