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Rizalina Ilagan (Rizalina "Lina" P. Ilagan) was born on 19 June, 1954, is an Activist. At 66 years old, Rizalina Ilagan height not available right now. We will update Rizalina Ilagan's height soon as possible.

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Popular As Rizalina "Lina" P. Ilagan
Occupation Activist
Age 66 years old
Zodiac Sign Gemini
Born 19 June 1954
Birthday 19 June
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The Cultural Center of the Philippines organized Pista Rizalina: A Festival of Arts and Ideas in honor of Ilagan. It ran from September 8 to 24, 2017, and featured nine plays on freedom and human rights. It also featured films, documentaries, a public forum, art exhibits, and musical performances.

Actress Bianca Umali played Rizalina Ilagan in the GMA Network television special Alaala: A Martial Law Special, which first aired on September 17, 2017. Alaala won the Gold Camera Award in the docudrama category of the 2018 U.S. International Film and Video Festival.


She was abducted by state security agents and disappeared on July 31, 1977, at the Makati Medical Center in Metro Manila, with nine other activists in what is believed to be the single biggest case of involuntary disappearance during Ferdinand Marcos’ martial law in the Philippines.

On July 31, 1977, Ilagan and her two companions, Jessica Sales and Cristina Catalla, were abducted on their way to a meeting at the Makati Medical Center. They were to meet fellow community organizers Gerardo "Gerry" Faustino, Modesto Sison, Ramon Jasul, Emmanuel Salvacruz, Salvador Panganiban, Virgilio Silva, and Erwin de la Torre, all of whom were also abducted. Sison's body was later found in Lucena City, Quezon province. Silva and Panganiban's bodies were found in a ravine in Tagaytay City, Cavite. Ilagan and the rest were never found.

The play Pagsambang Bayan is dedicated to Ilagan and other members of the Southern Tagalog 10. It was written by Ilagan's brother Bonifacio Ilagan and first staged in September 1977 by director Behn Cervantes and the University of the Philippines Repertory Company. The staging of the play led to the arrest of Cervantes and the play's musical director.


She left the university when martial law was declared in 1972 and worked full-time organizing communities in the underground resistance to the dictatorship. She also worked as a staff member for an underground newsletter in Southern Tagalog. It was at this time that military intelligence personnel began pursuing her and other activists working in Southern Tagalog.


Rizalina "Lina" P. Ilagan (born June 19, 1954—disappeared on July 31, 1977) was an anti-martial law activist who belonged to a network of community organizations in the Southern Tagalog region in the Philippines.