Follow up to a an earlier discussion
Further there are other grounds by which cross burning can be prohibited without offending the first amendment. Cross burners can be prosecuted if they happen to trespass on private property. They can be prosecuted for violating bans on outdoor burning. There are likely other ways in which the activity can be restricted without violating the first amendment.
As for people feeling intimidated by cross burning I don't doubt they are but the answer is not to criminalize the exercise of free speech but to confront the cross burners with more speech and to educate society in general and to mitigate and change the sort of attitudes existing in much of (white) society which give aid and comfort to those who burn crosses or engage in other acts of hate