Video: The Iowa Brown & Black Democratic Presidential Forum

Here is the entire video of HD Net’s presentation of The Iowa Brown & Black Presidential Forum which aired on Saturday, December 1, 2007 from Des Moines, Iowa.

Note: This is the presentation from HDNet complete with Dan Rather’s pre-forum coverage.

Here’s a blurb from the video:

All 8 Democratic presidential candidates square off in Iowa just one month before voters head to the polls. HDNet carries this historic forum live, with hosts Dan Rather, Michele Norris of NPR and Ray Suarez of PBS. The Iowa Brown & Black Forum began with U.S. Presidential candidate debates in 1984 and has figured prominently in the Iowa caucuses. It is recognized as the oldest, continuous minority forum for Presidential candidates in America.

I’ll be watching it soon, leave comments here when you watch it.

You can also check out all the other 2008 Republican and Democratic debates/forums in our 2008 Debate Video section.

  • The question is not if barack can unite the us…can he unite is own party? If the election goes to covention…its almost certain that either barack or hillary will lose. Its without a doubt exciting to see what happens.