What is a "right" about preventing the majority of citizens from expressing their faith? It seems to me that ALL WE HAVE TODAY is the protection of minority views (not rights, but positions).
As for segregation, have you ever noticed how PEOPLE tend to segregate themselves by choosing to associate most with people like themselves? Perhaps there is a comfort level there . . . the idea that, "You and I share things others don't, so we understand and trust each other more." Whatever the reason, minorities also choose to congregate with persons like themselves. The only difference is the reasons we tell ourselves are behind the segregation of one group or another.
Thus, when black students on a college campus hang out mostly with other black students (as described in a network news report), we say, "They are bonding together under the burden of societal racism and trying to stay strong and support each other." When white students do the same thing, we say, "They're racist! (maybe unintentioned and subliminal, but its there)" When black folks, including those affluent enough to live anywhere, choose to live in new black suburbs, we accept their explanation that "It feels like home, to be with people who share your background and experiences." But, when whites do the same, "They're racists!"
Same with men and women: When women want to meet with their female co-workers or have "Girls Night Out," that is considered great and liberating. But, when men do the same, its evil. Its "The ol Boys Club", plotting to keep power away from women, trying to prop up the "fragile male ego", etc.
We are SURROUNDED by concerns for minority rights today. The majority, and men, can go to hell as far as the media, academia and other voices in the popular culture are concerned. We need to get BACK to the time when Americans were not being divivided into special interest and minority groups . . when we shared basic beliefs and values . . and when the will of the majority was respected. We have lost our way.