About #TPP


Welcome To The Movement That Will Never Stop #TPP

#ThePeoplePolice was founded in 2020 in response to the death of George Floyd May 25, 2020. The People Police’s mission is to eradicate white supremacy, grow black business supporters, build black wealth, better health, create awareness, better black education, and build local power to intervene in violence inflicted on our black communities by the state and vigilantes.

We Are Working

By combating and countering acts of violence, creating digital protest, having live conferences and meetings with officials, provide a black business directory and create space for black rights, innovation, and improving accountability for those who harm black lives. We are fighting for a world where our Black lives are no longer targeted, abused, used, and murdered for no reason.

Meet Our Founder/ Organizer

In response to all of the constant police brutality and systemic racism, Founder and Organizer Taylor Lee took the initiative to start a digital global network to keep our minds informed, communities safer, and better equality for black people across the globe.

She knew there had to be more done and we can’t stop fighting for our rights, beliefs, skin color, and just being Black. Taylor Lee raised in Montclair New Jersey a full-time black computer science student, small business owner, and future political activist.

The People Police was not just something she wanted to do this is something she had to do and something we all have to continue to do. In order for us to eradicate white supremacy, grow black businesses, and build local power to intervene in violence inflicted on Black communities by the state and vigilantes. We must combat and counter acts of violence, create spaces for Black business growth, create better education, create innovation, and help improve accountability in the system.

So she said the #TPP is what we need!

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