Freedom from Religion is really about censorship. Silence before a school game or county meeting or other public function really only honors the belief of someone who doesn’t believe in a god. In effect they are establishing their world view of no faith as the only one allowed in the public square. They are for censoring all other world views. If an imam or a rabbi insisted that all opening events start with their religious (world) views – we’d protest. Wouldn’t true inclusion involve allowing an occasional humanist or atheist to speak (or not) before an opening, in their turn, just like other religious (world view) groups do?