Kenyata Martin, a 13 year old young man from Tifton Ga. Like all young boys his age he has a love for all things childlike. Growing up in a small town offers him a sense of security and comfort. With an unexpected move to Atlanta a major city 180 miles away. Kenyatta leaves all the people and things that truly make him happy …
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Kenyata MartinStyle: Kenyata Martin was once one of youngest inmates in the Georgia state prison system, at age 13 he was sentenced to 10 years for armed robbery. While having to grow up in an environment that was foreign to most adolescents, Kenyata survived indescribable conditions. While navigating the system, his early education came from prison values and their code of ethics. As adulthood came, maturity and wanting more for himself, Kenyata took certification classes to provide a better life outside of prison.
Kenyata Martin has engaged in motivaional speaking for the past four years. With these engagements, Kenyata has been able to help adolescents and parents gain an understanding of teen violence. His story has helped transform and encourage many.