Gayle King visits "The Talk@Home" and opens up about being apart from her children who are both in Los Angeles and the worry she has for her son, Will. "My son is 33 years old, and I'm worried about him, saying, 'Will, please don't walk Scott [his dog], please don't take him for long walks, everything is so volatile'...He lives in the Santa Monica area, close to there, so he can hear the police choppers and he can hear the sounds of the city. And Santa Monica as you know is a very affluent town...but I'm worried about him walking his frickin’ dog...I worry for him being a black man, period." King adds, "And now everybody is so amped up about everything. I do, I worry a lot about his safety. Welcome to being black in America. This is not new." She adds, "This is another thing that I think is so interesting, how white people are processing this and black people are processing it. You know, because it is black and white, but it should be a human issue, this is about humanity." The full interview will air on “The Talk@Home,” Thursday, June 4 at 2pm ET/1pm PT.