Rodolff, Rebecca Moscone: Rights
Rebecca Moscone Rodolff: To me gay rights was never an issue. It was never something that I felt should be an issue in our community. Just maybe because where I grew up; perhaps it was my father’s (George Moscone) beliefs; the people who hung around with us. I remember very clearly one of my brothers saying something flippant thinking it was funny, and it wasn’t funny and my father made it very clear because it was remark that was – like I said earlier – had no intellectual grounding to it. So it was all about people, not their sexual orientation, their religion, their income. And he was adamant about that when we talked about people in our household. So he was very clear about how he stood about people’s rights.
The Moscone oral history interviews are part of the George Moscone Collection, MSS 328.
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Rubin, Jon and Rodolff, Rebecca Moscone, "Rodolff, Rebecca Moscone: Rights" (2009). Moscone Oral Histories. 125.