Were there black prophets from the ones that were mentioned to us? We will actually find a few. One of them, historically speaking, is Suleiman (as), who is biblically described as having dark skin. In Bani Israel they had various skin colours because their origins were different. Some of them had Arabic origins, while other Egyptian and so on so forth. Sulaiman (as) came from the lineage of a black woman, Hagar (as).
Another is Prophet Musa (as), the man to whom Allah (swt) spoke directly and whom the Quran speaks about more than any other human being in history. Subhan’Allah! When Prophet Muhammad (sa) saw Musa (as), he did not say he was black – he said that Musa (as) resembled the people of Az-Zut or Shanyla (the two darkest tribes amongst the Arabs).
The Prophet (sa) said: “Musa (as) had the blackest skin.” So if you have a problem with people of darker skin, then you have a problem with Musa (as), a serious problem with Quran, and a severe problem with faith altogether.
How can a racist be a Muslim then? How can a racist be a believer? How can a racist say he loves Quran?