A Place for All People is a historic poster exhibit celebrating the opening of the newest Smithsonian museum, the National Museum of African American History and Culture. A Place for All People is generously supported by the Smithsonian Institution's Office of the Provost. A film festival of works directed by African-Americans in conjunction with the exhibit will be held in May. Every Thursday at 5:30 p.m., a film will be shown in the reception hall of the Community Center. Film screenings include: Moonlight (May 4th), Do the Right Thing (May 11th),13th (May 18th), Selma (May 25th) and Their Eyes Were Watching God (June 1st).