Today on Boston Public Radio:

— We opened our lines to ask: do you have reservations about returning to normal, now that Gov. Baker has moved Mass. into phase two of reopening?

— MIT economist Jon Gruber discussed the state of the U.S. economy and why the rising stock market isn’t indicative of overall economic growth, and responded to questions from listeners.

— WGBH News analyst and GroundTruth Project CEO Charlie Sennott discussed global protests over systemic racism in America, and why he thinks this moment could prove to be a global tipping point.

— TV expert Bob Thompson talked about how late-night TV hosts are reacting to Black Lives Matter protests, and the recent CNN racism town hall that featured characters from Sesame Street.

— Reverends Irene Monroe and Emmett Price, hosts of WGBH’s All Rev’d Up, discussed President Trump’s photo-op with a bible in front of St. John’s Episcopal Church, and the hypocrisy of NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell’s statement in support of Black Lives Matter.

— Catherine D’Amato from the Greater Boston Food Bank discussed the spike of food insecurity in Mass. amid the COVID-19 pandemic, and how the GBFB and other organizations are responding to it.

— We reopened our lines to continue to the conversation with listeners about the phased-in reopening of Massachusetts.