Greetings family! We are back with a treat! Baba Kentu of “Djedi Learning” has put together an informative video called “Staying Afloat During School Attacks”. This video is great for anyone with loved ones who attend school. Some of the topics discussed by Baba Kentu include patterns of school shootings and how to protect yourself.
The other cool thing about this video is that Baba Kentu does an unboxing of one of our products. If you have ever ordered multiple products from us, you know that the unboxing experience can be different based on what you order and how much you order. This unboxing experience will show the experience of ordering a shirt from us.
So…Check out the video, follow the various social media sites and stay abreast of the wonderful information Baba Kentu has to share. We would love to hear your thoughts as well! So come on back and tell us what you learned, or if you have any other questions, suggestions or comments.
- IG: @djedilearning
- FB: Djed Institute of Learning
- YT: Djedi Learning
As you may or may not know, co-owner of Universal Sankofa, Stacey, is an educator. So we will be back soon with a follow up blog about our thoughts about the video as well.
6 thoughts on “Staying Afloat During School Attacks”
This was very informative. I appreciate that schools are now putting plans into place to deal with these types of situations. Shout out to Universal Sankofa, I have that same shirt but with gold lettering.
It’s sad that we have to practice these types of lockdown and active shooter drills.
Thanks for supporting the brand!
Wow! As an educator, I always think about a “just in case” plan. I appreciate this video. It’s vital information for our safety.
Just in case plans are important. I think there are still lots of holes in our “just in case plans”. There are lots of “what if’s” that should be discussed.
Thanks for taking the time to read and watch!
Great video!! I feel like schools should prepare teachers more for “Plan B,C ,D“ type situations.
Agreed! There are so many “what if” situations that haven’t been discussed. For example, we do a lot of practice during class, but what if it happens during a class transition, during lunch, or during dismissal? It would be straight chaos because there has been no protocol discussed.