Today on Boston Public Radio:

— NBC “Meet the Press” moderator Chuck Todd talked about President Trump’s scheduled rally in Tulsa, Oklahoma, on Juneteenth, and whether Democrats will be able to win back the Senate in the November election.

— Former Suffolk County Sheriff and Secretary of Public Safety Andrea Cabral discussed concerns around U.S. voting protections, and what Black Lives Matter protesters mean when they call to defund the police.

— We aired live audio from Gov. Baker’s Thursday press conference.

— Former Massachusetts Education Secretary Paul Reville discussed challenges for teachers and school administrators in adapting to the COVID-19 pandemic, and the ways that students of color stand to be disproportionally impacted by those challenges.

— Quentin Palfrey, chair of the Voter Protection Corps, discussed Tuesday's voting debacle in Georgia, and the myriad of issues around voter protections ahead of the November election.

— WGBH Arts Editor Jared Bowen discussed an open letter from 300 prominent actors condemning racism within the theater industry, and talked about the decision by HBO Max to remove “Gone With the Wind” from their catalogue.