The NDAA was passed more than a month ago, but opponents are keeping up their fight to get the U.S. Congress to repeal the National Defense Authorization Act.

A new round of NDAA protests is scheduled to take place at congressional offices across the nation on Friday, Feb. 3.

From noon to 7 p.m. on Friday, protesters will deploy across the nation at the offices of members of the U.S. House of Representatives and the U. S. Senate who voted to approve the NDAA.

They will push their message that the Congress members should vote to repeal the law, which has drawn widespread outrage from opponents for its detention provisions.

The objective of our demonstration is to have congress repeal Section 1021 and 1022, which could lead to the indefinite military detention of Americans without due process, according to an online protest announcement flier. We are uniting as individuals who want to stop this tyranny before it gets worse. Martin Luther King didn't need violence to effect change, neither do we.

Many opponents of the law, including the American Civil Liberties Union, have risen red flags about the NDAA, saying that it enables the U.S. military to arrest citizens and hold them indefinitely without formally charging them with a crime.

The statute is particularly dangerous because it has no temporal or geographic limitations, and can be used by this and future presidents to militarily detain people captured far from any battlefield, the ACLU has written.

News about the protests spread via social media and other online outlets, and they are expected to draw thousands of people across the United States.

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