Eugene Crowley was born in 1944 in St. Joseph, Missouri. He graduated from Chicago State College in 1969. He began teaching in Chicago Public Schools in 1969 and taught secondary English grammar and world literature for thirty-two years.
In 2009, Crowley wrote Upside Down World: The Loss of the Sacred Cosmos to bring Western culture to its maturity with its spiritual awakening.
After speaking at a James Baldwin conference in May 2016 at the American University in Paris, France, the author wrote Paris On My Mind: Thoughts of Paris, James Baldwin, and Harlem. The writing are non-fiction narratives to reveal the strategies that Baldwin had applied in combating America’s racism and bigotry. Baldwin navigated through these social issues using the wisdom of the past that pointed to personal growth and the purpose in life.
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