Local program teaches Parramore teens the art of public speaking

ORLANDO, Fla. — A program is teaching Parramore teens the art of public speaking.

Well Said empowers kids to do something different and is changing the narrative of what it means to be Black in America.


“This program has boosted my confidence,” Jhamari Amantecherry said.

Amantecherry is a student at the Academic Center for Excellence. He said that he has learned a lot from the 12-week program.

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“How to speak to people, ways to speak to people, stand up, straight walk with a pep in your step like you mean something, like you mean business,” Amantecherry said.

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Well Said has laid its roots in Parramore, teaching teens to communicate clearly and with confidence.

To learn more about the program, click here.

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Karen Parks

Karen Parks, WFTV.com

Karen Parks is a reporter at WFTV.