Sorry if I'm coming in as a complete non sequitur, but I figured I'd add something in from a media activist perspective.
Mostly, in the media activism I see often, we frame activism in capitalistic terms. Like, to boycott something, to try and damage someone's bottom line, to go financially support another alternative. I think of the HRC buy-guides as the ultimate example of this. I tried to follow these guides, and when I couldn't afford to anymore, I thought I was a bad activist. If the main way to engage with activism is through what we buy, where does that leave people who can't afford to make those kinds of decisions? Or, if you're poor, it means other people have to represent your interests.