An Ashland human rights attorney and peace advocate talks Monday in advance of a candlelight vigil in support of calls for peace in Korea.

An Ashland human rights attorney and peace advocate talks Monday in advance of a candlelight vigil in support of calls for peace in Korea.

Eric Sirotkin's talk from 7 to 9 p.m. at Hidden Springs Wellness Center, 1651 Siskiyou Blvd., is organized by Sirotkin's group Ubuntuworks and the National Lawyers Guild Korean Peace Project.

Sirotkin recently returned from a trip where he worked with the Korean Truth and Reconciliation Commission, according to a news release about his talk.

Details: 778-4897.

— Staff reports