When teens get involved in charitable endeavors, it usually involves food or clothing drives or some variation of Toys for Tots.
But students in Louisville, Ky., for the past several years have taken human compassion to a whole new level.
They grieve at funerals for the indigent.
Teens who have homework commitments and sporting events and text messages to answer and Facebook postings to make put aside those commitments to carry the caskets of those who have no one else to do it.
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