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8" x 10" x 1"



Photo of a Mexican woman walking in an International Festival Parade in Fayetteville, NC. She is representing El Dia De Los Muertos (The Day of the Dead).


Statement: I believe this is a wonderful opportunity to celebrate Hispanic heritage in our Fayetteville community. I have been an advocate for diversity and social justice for several years and more recently have tried to showcase the beauty in diversity through photography. 



Katherine Fuerth Coule is a Miami native and the daughter of a Cuban immigrant. She has been a diversity and social justice advocate within the counseling profession for several years. This passion has translated to her street photography, as she aims to capture the beauty in diversity within her local community of Fayetteville, N.C. She is the photographer behind the Faces of FAY photoblog and currently owner of Katherine Coule Photography, LLC.

La Catrina | Katherine Coule


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