He would have had dark skin as was common with the people of that region. AND he had two Ethiopian ancestors. That should squash many arguments concern interracial marriages and white supremacy. It was the mixing of ethnic beliefs that was discouraged and then man expanded the meaning of this law as well. I do not think that there is any such thing as races of people; however, as is seen here on these forums, there are many diffrent races of consciousness. Sometimes one consciousneness prevails within diffrent groups due to environmental exposure ( and no I am not talking about weather conditions).
Jesus was jewish. I loved a story I heard once where a sunday School teacher in Philly had a picture of Jesus taken down by some guys from the 'hood and replaced with a black jesus. The teacher exclaimed "Jesus wasn't black!" and the guy who changed the picture said "Yeah, but he wasn't no honkey either!" And if you look at Revelation 1 we geth THIS picture of Jesus:14His head and hair were white like wool, as white as snow, and his eyes were like blazing fire. 15His feet were like bronze glowing in a furnace, and his voice was like the sound of rushing waters. So I vote for bronze-skinned