These people are really talkative, eh?
People in Texas are very friendly, aren't they!
There are some people who make fun of my dad for being a pizza delivery man, but I’m very proud of him.
The kanji 達 pluralizes things sometimes. So, when you have a plural amount of a person you have more than one person, you have people.
Take note! When using this word, you want to attach it to the type of "people" you are talking about. For example, あの人達 (those people over there). Other examples: 男の人達, その人達, 向こうの人達, etc. You don't use this by itself, instead you use it with something describing what kind of people you're talking about.
The readings are both kun'yomi readings of the kanji. The readings come from the word 人 and the だち of 友達, though now it's たち because it hasn't been rendaku'd. You like to touch (たち) people, you perv.