There is compelling evidence that Jesus and his disciples were black:

Take this 4th-century painting found in the Catacombs of Marcellinus and Peter. There are also several other old paintings of Christ in the catacombs. The image in the painting shows Jesus sitting with his disciples Peter and Paul on either side of Him. Below them are the four martyrs – Gorgonius, Peter, Marcellinus, and Tiburtius – separated into pairs with the Divine Lamb on the mountain between them.

Here Is An Ancient Painting Of Jesus And His Disciples:

Jesus Black

Here Are Ancient Paintings Of Jesus:

“The Good Shepherd” is believed to be one of the oldest existing paintings of Jesus. The painting shows a young beardless Jesus collecting sheep, which was one of the most common images of Jesus at the time. This particular painting is one of the best-preserved and was found in the Catacombs of San Callisto.

These catacombs are some of the oldest in Rome and are best known for their art as well as the Crypt of the Popes. Other 3rd century paintings found in the catacombs depict scenes from Christ’s life such as the Baptism of Christ and the Raising of Lazarus.

The Good Shepard

The Healing Of The Paralytic, The Oldest Known Painting Of Jesus:

The Healing Of The Paralitic

“The Healing of the Paralytic” is believed to be the oldest painting of Jesus in the world that still exists and is a clear depiction of Christ. The painting is found on a wall in the Dura-Europos church in Syria, which is believed to be one of the oldest surviving Christian churches in the world. This painting was discovered sometime in 1921 and dates back to around 235 AD.

The image shows Jesus Christ healing a bed-ridden man, who then has the strength to carry his bed on his back and walk. Today, the painting is kept at the Yale University Gallery of Fine Arts as part of the Dura Europos collection with other frescoes that were found at the church.

These paintings do seem to be evidence of Jesus being a negro.

It doe seem to me that there is compelling evidence for me to continue research, to be continued.