Saturday, March 4, 2023, at Yes We Can Worship Center @ 2 PM
Pastor Sherman D. Manning, founder of YWCWC is known for feeding and housing the homeless on Skid Row. Pastor Manning takes pride in supporting the fight against homelessness. He is also in the trenches, conducting street warfare against homelessness daily. He is the founder and visionary leader of YWCWC and coined the famous phrase “Post-Traumatic STREET Disorder.” He has consulted with experts across the country in developing a program and a plan that aims to virtually empty Skid Row, the largest gathering of the homeless population in the world. He says we can change the world, starting on Skid Row.
This once-in-a-lifetime event for Attorney Mesereau who has never been a speaker at a church before will also sign autographs after his speech. He will be joined by celebrity criminal Attorney Leonard (Lenny) Levine, who has represented billionaire tobacco heiress and philanthropist Doris Duke and Rick James’ cases; Attorney Humberto Guizar, who went from a gang member to a Civil Rights lawyer; Attorney Matthew Umhofer and Attorney Elizabeth Mitchell, both known for recently secured a landmark $1 billion preliminary injunction in a case he filed faulting the City and County of Los Angeles for their handling of the homelessness crisis and demanding government action to end homelessness in Los Angeles; a super lawyer in Real Estate Law Attorney Frank Gooch; Attorney Richard Hirsch, a famous retired criminal lawyer who is now a law Professor; Attorney Matthew Close, son of the late Attorney Richard Close, and others.
Manning’s Yes We Can Podcast recently aired an interview with the Mesereau, Jr. on Thursday, January 26, 2023. Mesereau is best known for successfully defending Michael Jackson in his 2005 child molestation trial, where he was acquitted of all 14 counts. He has also represented many other celebrities, such as Mike Tyson, Robert Blake, Suge Knight, and Bill Cosby. He has achieved remarkable success in high-stakes criminal and Medical Board cases.
The Yes We Can Podcast focuses on interviewing lawyers and issues which pertain to the homeless with over 3,800 viewers.
Pastor Sherman D. Manning was called into ministry at the age of 8 in his hometown of Atlanta Georgia. He was licensed to Preach at age 13 and ordained at 17. Pastor Manning traveled the country as an evangelist. Later, he went to prison. While in prison he studied himself, people, and God. In 2016, he organized the Yes We Can! Worship Center. His mission is to serve, and feeds catered meal to the homeless every Friday night at 7 pm. As a result of his prison experience, he produces a podcast from his home! Focusing on lawyers and also issues that pertain to the Homeless.