An absolutely true-diary of a part-time Indian. By;Dariana loPez

What is Proverty?

Proverty is about not having enough money to meet basic needs including food, clothing and shelter. However, poverty is more, much more than just not having enough money.

Proverty is something huge in the novel, The Absolutely True-Diary of a Part-Time Indian. Adding on, throughout the novel, The Character, Arnold, also know as Junior he struggles with his life style because of Proverty. One of the things he went through was loosing his dog because his family couldn't support the dog with medication.

How is Proverty defined now in the United States?

Do Native Americans still go through the same lack of proverty in the United States?

Why do you think Proverty exist, by just in the United States, but in the World?

How is Proverty involved, socially, and economically?

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