Ronnika Williams is a proud native of Benton Harbor, MI. She has been writing and telling stories for as long as she can remember. When Ronnika was young, she enjoyed listening to her grandparents talk about the old days, and now contributes that to sharing the stories of others in her community. Ronnika states that the importance of strong connections between community members, and the value that they can create. She is known online as the #FaveArchivist and #AncestralArchivist. It is because she has worked hard for the documentation of important historic and genealogical information for future generations. She began working on the Final 48 Project, a nationwide project documenting stories of grief in the black community. Her desire to helps others with their journey of healing drives her as she shares stories of resilience and laughter for the culture through her podcast, Please, Do Tell. The original site was dedicated to telling the stories that impacted the life of Ronnika and those around her. Steele Lens blog posts including #SteeleThankful can be found under the Steele Lens tab on the site which I would call my personal archives.