This may be relevant:
It's a security guide for activists, which I wrote. Not tool-centric at all.
Just my two cents on this topic w/r/t the incoming administration: sometimes outlasting the status quo can be better than civil breakdown. Remember, over twenty thousand people died in a single day in the battle of Antietam. I don't come here to talk politics, but please do remember that the US is a pretty politically stable place to live, relative to many of the alternatives. It would be nice to keep it that way while also resisting injustice. Some people (not here necessarily, but on Twitter/Facebook/Tumblr, etc) seem to be longing for civil war. I would really hope that they temper their enthusiasm. Nixon happened. We're all still here. Just a thought. /end political opinion
Edit: Just so folks know, I am happy to help out any journalist with security, regardless of their politics, as long as what you publish a.) is not deliberately false or circulated without any fact checking, and b.) is in the public interest. For me, things that aren't in the public interest include: doxing, revenge porn (including stuff like the Hulk Hogan tape), and outing people from the closet without their consent. I'm not a partisan person. Good infosec, much like good first amendment law, is a necessary prerequisite for a functioning press and a vibrant & informed participatory public sphere.
So, if you don't like my politics, that's OK!