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Cast Your Vote for the 2021 Fan Favorite Award

Watch the top 15 videos from our 4 divisions (as determined by C-SPAN's judges) and cast a vote for your favorite entry. Voting is open from Sunday, February 28 through Sunday, March 7. You may vote once per day (based on your IP address). Please note that your votes will not determine the final placement of the winning entries, however the documentary that receives the most votes by midnight PST on Sunday, March 7, will receive an additional cash prize of $500 and will be recognized as the 2021 "Fan Favorite."

To view the complete list of 150 winning documentaries, as well as the winner of this year's "Fan Favorite" award, visit studentcam.org after 9am ET on Wednesday, March 10.

Not A Second Choice: Continued Federal Funding of HBCU's (Richland Northeast High School - Columbia, SC)

Let Science Speak (Montgomery Blair High School - Silver Spring, MD)

Sea of Irrelevance (Gonzaga College High School - Washington, DC)

High Stakes (Richard Montgomery & Winston Churchill High Schools - Rockville and Potomac, MD)

The Broken Promised Land (Jenks High School - Jenks, OK)

Finding Common Ground (Sunset High School and Lincoln High School - Portland, OR)

Plastic Crisis: Our Oceans in Peril (Clonlara School - Ann Arbor, MI)

Confucius Institutes: Education or Espionage? (Home School - Austin, TX)

Assembly Required: The Building Blocks of Our Future (Winter Park High School - Winter Park, FL)

America's Creative Economy: The Impact of Covid-19 (Lincoln High School - Sioux Falls, SD)

Not a Victimless Crime (Jenks High School - Jenks, OK)

Dear Congress and Mr President, Recognize Artsakh (A.G.B.U. MDS - Canoga Park, CA)

Trust Fall (Williamsville South Highschool - Williamsville, NY)

A Plea for Reform (Western High School - Anaheim, CA)

US-CHINA: Survive or Thrive (Smith Middle School - Chapel Hill, NC)

About Us

StudentCam is C-SPAN Television Network's annual national video documentary competition that encourages students to think critically about issues that affect our communities and our nation.

This year students in grades 6-12 were asked to create a short (5-6 minute) video documentary on a topic related to the competition theme, "Explore the issue you most want the president and new Congress to address in 2021."

With cash prizes totaling $100,000 each year, C-SPAN awards prizes to the top 150 student documentaries, and over 50 teacher advisers. For more information, visit studentcam.org