Serena Williams says the conversation about stopping domestic abuse shouldn't just center around women, but men as well.
The tennis superstar says education about domestic abuse should start when men are young boys.
"I think expanding the conversation to men and expanding the conversation to young boys, it's so important," she said in an interview on Wednesday.
"This is a human rights issue. We should all be treated the same. We should be treated equal. With domestic abuse, it doesn't care what color you are, what background you're from," she continued.
"It's important to get the message out there — to our young men, to our boys, to our daughters — to let that new generation, and let the generation now know that, let's stop this. Let's change this. Let's create a better us."
The 23-time Grand Slam singles champion is the ambassador for the Allstate Foundation Purple Purse initiative, which aims to help stop domestic abuse and what it calls the financial abuse that can accompany such relationships.