Egyptians prompted Count Constantin de Volney (1727-1820) to write, "What a subject for meditation, Just think the race of black men today our slaves and the object of our scorn, is the very race to which we owe our arts, science, and even the use of our Speech."
Ham was one of Noah's three sons, also Shem and Japhet made three. Ham (Khawm) means hot, black and burnt.
Ham had four sons all black. Cush father of the Ethiopians / Cushites. Mizraim father of the Egyptians / Khemets. Phut, father of the Lybian or Somalians and the Caananites the original inhabitants of Israel. Genesis 10:6-19
To begin with Jacob and his sons 13 including Joseph who was sold into slavery to the Egyptians. Joseph was promoted to second in charge the viceroy / govenor of Egypt with only Pharoh as his superior. The Egyptian were dark skinned black, burnt people. If Joseph was pale white he would have been easily recognized by his brothers when they came to Egypt from Caanan. However they thought he was and Egyptian. So he and they must have been similar looking to the Egyptians.
In Genesis 50:7-11 describes all Hebrews as looking like Egytians.
If Hebrews were pale(white) then the Caananites would have notices if was a Hebrew and Egyptian funeral not and Egyptian Funeral.
The Hebrew nation went into Egypt 66 strong. After about 400 years they were about 2 million strong. As a way of birth control Pharoh Seti commanded that all male babies be killed. Pharoh Seti, grandfather to Moses after Moses being adopted by Pharoh Seti's daughter who found Moses in the reeds of the river where she lounged. Moses was born a Hebrew Israelite from the tribe of Levi (Exodus 2:1-3). He spent 40 years living in Pharoh's House (Acts 7:23) with all the rights and priveledges of Pharowh's grandson from the time he was and infant (Exodus 2:6,10).
George Ralinson, wrote "History of Egypt" on page 252 he gives an description of Pharoh Seti. "Setis's face was thoroghly African. He had a stormy face with a depressed flat nose thick lips and heavy chin."
How could Pharoh Seti rule over his people if he knowlingly had an Hebrew male living in his house who was decreed to die? Moses lived in the palace of Pharoh because he was black skinned just a Egyptians were. Just as the Caananites could't tell Hebrews from Egyptians, Pharoh couldn't tell either or he would have been killed instantly.
After Moses fled Egypt he went to the land of Midian and met the daughters of Ruel. The girls went home and told their father that an Egyptian saved them and watered their flock. They described Moses as a descendant of Ham; black, burnt and hot...
Read Chronicles 7:14,17,18