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Mike Abrantie

Current Los Angeles resident, South-side of Chicago Native, and Product of the Homeland Ghana West Africa, Mike Abrantie is a modern day historian and supporter of the people. From Civil rights to world topics and its affects on the lower and middle class, he is an advocate of Historical integrity and believes in knowledge being the root of motivation and creative inspiration.

Trump Assembles The So Called legion of Doom

I have been away from Hazie for a few months now, coming to terms with what is going on around us in this strange era we are living in, however I feel it appropriate timing to return with some insightful words for our readers. Although i hate to add to the overflow of Trump coverage […]

Celebrating Billie Holiday The Legendary Jazz Singer

Born April 7th 1915 The prolific Billie Holiday celebrates her birthday today, and it wouldn’t be right if we didn’t honor her and educate our readers on the legend that is Billie. Originally Eleanora Fagan, Billie grew up in the jazz eccentric Baltimore in the 1920s, she started her career in after hour Jazz clubs alongside the […]

Are Older Black Voters Supporting Candidates Blindly?

Hillary Clinton has gained the support of the black community for the most part but in particular, the older demographic as her competitor Bernie Sanders has captured the young voters around the country but still struggles with black voters. The South Carolina Primaries was this weekend, Lets look at some numbers “Clinton benefited from the […]

Why is America Overreacting at Everything Black People Do?

If you’ve kept up with anything from the news to popular culture to sports, then you have began to witness the demonizing of black culture in the most rare form that I have personally seen in a long time. But why is that, and what does that mean? At this years super bowl, super star Beyonce […]

Good News? Four More Democratic Debates added to the schedule

This may serve as an update of sorts to an article we released a few weeks ago criticizing the blasphemy surrounding the awkward times and days of the democratic debate schedule. It appears that the voice of the people has been heard and a whopping four more debates have been added to the schedule, the […]

Flint Michigan’s Dangerously Toxic water

Today’s need to know is a heart breaking reality. Flint Michigan is suffering from what many call water poisoning in the minority community. The short story is that the city opted out of Detroit’s water supply and began drawing water from the Flint River in April 2014, part of a cost-saving plan. After eighteen months, in the fall of […]

Democratic Debates Aren’t Meant for You To Watch?

A very serious issue has come to light, and that is the issue of the Democratic party debates possibly not being viewed by young people. The issue however isn’t people themselves, its the awkward scheduling of the debates on weekend nights when young people, and people in general are most notably away from their homes and […]

Voice of The People Released And Charges Dropped; Chicago Update

  Malcolm London; a friend to many and more importantly the voice of many, was apprehended late last night, charged and framed to be a troublemaker. But to many who know him this was outrageously hard to believe, partially because it’s simply non conceivable they say. Testimonies rang out early this morning from his friends, […]

Will Chicago Be The Next Ferguson or Baltimore?

A 17 year old boy was shot 16 times in the back last year and his killer; a Chicago police officer, has been charged with murder. This charge coming a year after the incident is a bit coincidental seeing as state judge has ordered that the footage showing the events leading up to his death to […]

Some White Students Are Fed Up With Black Voices

It seems to be an epidemic of the white college kid back-lash against the progressive demands being made at universities across America. This month University of Missouri saw racial turmoil turn into the football teams refusal to participate in any athletic activities, a hunger strike, rally’s and the inevitable resignation of the sitting President of […]

Mizzou Names It’s Second Ever Black Interim President – Mike Middleton

The University of Missouri board of curators have picked law school professor Michael A. Middleton as the new interim President of the University in wake of the resignation of President Wolfe, he will be the second Black President at Mizzou ever. Michael A. Middleton is currently Mizzou’s deputy chancellor emeritus and a professor emeritus of law […]

Mizzou System President Steps Down

In what can be finally called a victory for the black students at the university of Missouri, President Tim Wolfe has resigned from his position. After weeks of racial tension and turmoil on the campus, starting with events such as racial slurs spat at students in public student centers, the recent hunger strike by grad […]

Republican Party Debate? Or A Who Can Lie The Most Contest?

By way of FactCheck.org, it has been determined that a great deal of points made in Last nights Republican Party Debate were actually fictional, false, not true, made up, lies, and any other word you may use to explain statements that are born of non truths and no factual data to support them. but don’t take […]

The Tuskegee Experiment – Up Close And Personal

I ran across an interesting photo stream of images from the Tuskegee Experiment and felt that it is important to share them with our Haziethoughts Readers. The images show the doctors drawing blood on the test subjects in what is seemingly to run test on the findings. Now if you are not familiar with the […]

History Repeats Itself And That’s Just How It Goes?

In a long history of predictable behavior a white frat and sorority  do something that comes as a shock to us all? Not exactly, the organizing of black themed frat parties have been a reoccurring trend in America for years upon years now. I personally stumbled across a BET themed party at my own Alma mater ( […]

Justice or Else

10-10-15 will mark the 20th anniversary of the million man march, and what better a way to celebrate than to run it back again. What some people may remember as one of the greatest gatherings of mainly black men in the Unites States that took place in Washington  D.C. in 1995, and what others may not […]

How To Get Away With Murder

Somewhere in the mind of a sane individual the idea of morality is at least a present concept. For some that just does not exist. A few days ago America’s poster boy for its very own version of “How To Get Away With Murder” George Zimmerman, re-tweeted a graphic picture of his victim Trayvon Martin; […]

6 Successful Black Businesses You May Not Have Known About

Its often been called the agenda of the western world to under-educate its people on the vast accomplishments of African Americans. Fortunately it is my agenda to do just the opposite. Around the world African Americans, and African immigrants alike have had influence over every aspect of business, culture, and over all life as we […]

Syria soon to be a ghost Country?

European Union leaders will be discussing a proposal to relocate 160 thousand refugees that have flooded countries from Greece to Germany totaling around 5 million displaced peoples over the past 3 years. At this point Syria is emptying faster than the south during the Harlem Renaissance. It only makes me beg the question of whether […]

A Black Journalist’s Legacy

This summer we celebrated the 163rd birthday of Mrs. Ida B. Wells. An American journalist, newspaper editor, suffragist, sociologist, and an early leader in the Civil Rights Movement. For America she is the hero for the voiceless group of people who suffered greatly at the hands of an oppressive reality. Ida. B. Wells was the first black person to challenge the transportation […]