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NPR’s Robert Siegel talks to Al Gerhardstein, a civil rights attorney in Cincinnati who represented the family of Samuel DuBose. DuBose was shot and killed last year by a University of Cincinnati police officer after a traffic stop. Earlier this week, the University of Cincinnati entered a settlement agreement with the family, awarding the family $4.85 million and a free college education for each of DuBose’s 12 children.
On Saturday, Prince released an album with no warning. Hit ‘n’ Run: Phase Two can be accessed via the streaming service Tidal.