IRVINE, CA--(Marketwired - Jun 4, 2014) - UCI 2014 ( has announced a planned and peaceful UCI 2014 Commencement protest to help voice concerns over the droning of American and foreign citizens. The protest will be peacefully held inside of the UCI 2014 Commencement on June 14th, 2014, at Anaheim Stadium.

U.S. President Barrack Obama is set to be a guest speaker at this event, and the organization wishes to use their constitutional right to the freedom of speech to voice their concerns over the increased prosecution of whistleblowers, the unethical and illegal use of drones in non-war zones, and in protest of the controversial National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), a federal law that codifies the indefinite military detention of U.S. citizens without charge or trial. is a peaceful organization dedicated to the expression of their protests by organizing through various social channels to help shed light on these matters, which they find to be in flagrant violation of civil and human rights; prevailing issues that undermine U.S. constitutional values. suggests that attendees conduct some research on a victim of droning and print out a picture of them when attending. They recommend that protesters have a picture to hold up above their head during the commencement ceremony to recognize those who have perished in droning attacks around the world. The goal is to demonstrate to the world that Americans do care about innocent victims of these illegal attacks, and that many are not at ease with the subject of droning, in particular to that of the droning of American citizens.

"The goal of is to help bring a voice to those who can no longer speak for themselves, the victims of droning," said a spokesperson for the organization. "Our objective is to organize a peaceful protest that presents the imagery of these victims, so that the world can see that not all Americans are in agreement with these nefarious tactics."

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About is a peaceful organization that has tasked itself with shedding a light on unscrupulous practices like droning, the controversial NDAA law authorizing unwarranted and unending military detention, and the U.S. practice of prosecuting whistleblowers.

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