Today on Boston Public Radio:

— Rep. Joe Kennedy discussed concerns about meat plant workers returning to work, and his call for an investigation into the violent conflict at a Bristol County ICE detention center.

— Food writer Corby Kummer discussed unsafe working conditions for meat plant workers, and proposed legislation to expand food stamps and bring additional cash for restaurants owners.

— We opened lines to talk with listeners about Monday's anti-lockdown protests at the Mass. State House.

— Carol Rose from the Massachusetts ACLU talked about voting rights in the age of coronavirus, and her group’s campaign to have Gov. Baker grant additional clemency to non-violent offenders in state prisons.

— Former presidential candidate Andrew Yang talked about the success of the $1,200 federal stimulus checks, and the goals of his ‘Move Humanity Forward’ PAC.

— We reopened lines to talk with listeners about the anti-lockdown protests and the federal government’s handling of the COVID-19 crisis.