I mentioned public education( which is schools), religion/speech, and trial by jury. While I supposed, guns could defend your practice of religion, you do not need guns to have a fair trial or an education. Guess what? The civil rights movement wasn't fought with guns, it was fought with peaceful protests. Not once did you hear MLK say "We will never be equal or have any rights until we have guns".
The right to bear arms was put in the Constitution to assure the people a defense against tyranny. Unarmed citizens are mere chatel. Many guns in the background enabled the Civil Rights Movement to move forward. Many armed police, military, militia and ordinary citizens armed themselves to protect the rights of those to speak, to march and to assemble. Stop viewing the right to bear arms as such an evil thing. That right is what keeps us free!
I'm just saying that if I had to choose between an education and a gun, I'd choose the thing that will allow me to make a contribution to society and get a well paying job (education). And by the way, many other ordinary citizens armed themselves to suppress the Civil Rights movement.