People living in Poverty repeatedly try to rise from it, but people can get held down by the label. For example, During the Great Depression, many Americans were living in poverty. Throughout, the Great Depression had 15 million americans unemployed, in debt and living in poverty all were prominent features of the Great Depression, leaving a portion of the American public with an absence and lack material possessions and needs. Shame is the most tenacious aspect of contemporary poverty. This has been shown in this generation. That people living in poverty has to put an act and long-suffering but still without complaining. Homeless people get looked down upon when asking for money and get yelled get a job, but when they try to get a job, they are refused work because of their condition and disadvantage. As a result, people get stuck in a cycle of Poverty. The world views Poverty in a deceptive way, For example Society views poverty in a misleading way based on the Census Bureau’s poverty report. The 46.2 million they classify as living in “poverty” would be what society views as destitute. As in accessories, unnecessary food and over priced clothing, while this shows this perception how a majority of people view Poverty in a socially unacceptable way. Poverty started in the ancient times of the 16th century with the development of the new world, and sadly, has grown ever since. The poverty rate is 13.5 percent, based on the U.S. Census Bureau’s 2015 estimates. That same year, an estimated 43.1 million Americans lived in poverty. So, as you can see Poverty can be defined as the predicament that one is not socially accepted and the absence of necessary material possessions.In conclusion, Poverty manifests itself in many different situations and time periods but, principally it is a global matter that none of us can avoid. It is vital that our world comes together to provide everyone with great chances for each person to rise from Poverty and achieve their possible best self. We should provide resources for others because their benefits our society as whole. To provide for others benefits us more than them.