One Take Live

A Candid Conversation

Monica May talks with community leaders on topics related to: health, politics, education, and family.  

15-Minutes (or so) of Priceless Information

In just 15-minutes, Monica captures the full story.
“One Take” airs every Thursday at 6 p.m. on
Facebook Live & YouTube Live– Monica May Communications


Tadar Muhammad, founder of Each One Teach One, shares how he had “the talk” with his son in the wake of unrest surrounding George Floyd’s death. Airdate: 06/04/2020

Stand and be counted

Jasmine Burney-Clark is the principal consultant for Social Solutions Group, LLC, a Florida-based civic engagement firm. In that role, she’s working with the Florida Counts Census 2020 Initiative ensuring our communities are accounted for. 
Airdate: 6/11/20


Kristin Fulwylie Thomas is a community activist, political organizer and founder of The Black History Project. She is also the managing partner of Equal Ground, a community centered organization that focuses on developing equal access to education about voting and empowerment. She and Monica discuss civic engagement and how we can all be activists in our own way. Air Date: 06/18/20

Social unrest & The Arts

Barbara Chandler is the Creative Manager of the Hannibal Square Heritage Center in Winter Park, FL. She is an advocate of the arts & community and shares her thoughts on how artists capture racial tension in their work, how we can continue to support the arts during this new normal, as well as what her organization does to keep the dialogue going. Air Date: 06/25/20

A vision for justice

Deborah Barra is currently running for State Attorney in Florida’s 9th Judicial Circuit. She stops by One Take to share her vision for justice in Orange & Osceola counties. Primary Elections are on August 18.

Air Date: 07/02/2020