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MLK parade begins at 10 a.m.

SAVANNAH, GA (WTOC) – Thousands will line the streets of downtown Savannah on Monday morning for the annual Martin Luther King Jr. parade.

Bands, floats, and vehicles will be decorated according to this year's theme "dream with a vision, live with a purpose." It's an annual tradition for many families, and a way to honor the struggles and accomplishments of the great civil rights leader. 

The parade steps off at 10 a.m.  It will be on WTOC-TV and livestreaming on WTOC.com. 

The parade route will be blocked off starting at 6 a.m. Parts of Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard, East Broughton Street, and East Broad Street will be closed to traffic.

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