Two-thirds of Americans believe that domestic violence is a serious problem, yet just over 1 in 3 have ever talked about it. Jenesse's Youth Conversations serves to generate conversation about the issue. Jenesse Youth Conversations is an intergroup dialogue that Challenges student to share ideas, debate and questions about domestic violence and intimate partner violence. Youth Conversations defy educational traditions by creating a safe space for students to engage in facilitated discussions focused on controversial issues of interest to the campus community. They are uniquely structured to empower student-directed learning among participants and effectively communicate with a diverse population. This culturally relevant framework contributes the development domestic violence awareness and prevention that is more responsive to the needs of a young demographic. Youth Conversations equips students with the knowledge, skills and awareness for active participation in a global society. Youth Conversation participants will produce socially inclined, morally conscious leaders to advocate social change.