Davidson College hosted two days of Martin Luther King Jr. Day celebrations Monday and Tuesday, Jan.1 6 and 17. For “King Day for Kids,” college volunteers led groups of local elementary school students in small group readings, storytelling and arts and crafts, focusing on literacy, social justice and community involvement. Derald Wing Sue, Columbia University Teachers College professor of philosophy and education, spoke about “Manifestations and Impact of Microaggressions,” and his work in multicultural psychology, education, counseling and the psychology of racism and antiracism. Davidson Professor of Anthropology Nancy Fairley discussed Charlotte-born Romare Bearden’s art and activism. Other activities explored myths and stereotypes surrounding Asian American college students, community building and environmental justice and poetic reflections of social justice by Davidson’s student spoken word club, “Free Word.”