I live in a "right to work" state, and I won't rehash why calling it that is a load of rhetorical horseshit. I work in a state whose elected officials think of the First Amendment as a nice fringe benefit to those who can afford to lobby for it. I have never worked for an employer against which striking was a remotely realistic option.
But in protest of the current batch of indefensible laws being proposed in Congress, I can pull down all my websites and strike in that way. It's small, almost nothing. Which is why everyone must do it.
Do not underestimate the lengths to which those in power will go to keep that power.
The people, united, will never be defeated.