Re: Papyri of Ani and Hunefer: there are dozens and dozens of figures shown, Almost none are Black. The conventional way the Egyptians portrayed themselves was Brown men and slightly Yellowish women. Except when Nubians were portrayed.
I'm avoiding nothing--what I have directed your attention to is a tiny fraction of the evidence for my position, I just don't have time to deliver all of it to you on a silver platter.
Right: Lighter-skinned Egyptians in North, darker in South. Naturally. This is an otcome of the racial mixing which (as I have been sayin) characterized Egypt from earliest times.
The architecture of the first three dynasties shows strong Mesopotamian affinities. Mesopotamians (including Semitic-speaking Akkadians) were entering Upper Egypt by way of the Red Sea and the Wadi Hammamat at this time.