Chuck Leek was involved with the white supremacist movement in Southern California for more than 20 years.
He used to have an arsenal of weapons, and spent time in prison for assault with a deadly weapon. He told CBS News:
"It was a big part of the whole skinhead thing … physical violence."
Chuck is no longer associated with the racist movement and he now spends time volunteering for Life After Hate, a country-wide network of former white supremacists who work with young people to educate them about the dangers of racist terror groups.
He joined us this afternoon to talk about his past, his current work with Life After Hate, and how to keep youth from joining racist groups: