This is not an argument all Egyptians weren't black. Your case that African Americans had no ties to Egypt is legitimate seeing the great distance between Egypt and West Africa. However not all Egyptians were white either, even if they were in your family. I believe that Egyptians being black is not credible evidence for African Americans claiming ties with all Africans. However some Egyptians(not just the 25th dynasty) were black. Not a legit case to be seen as African American's forefathers seeing the pure geographical concerns but the whole "I'm insulted people think Egyptians are black" really does come off racially tinged regardless of intent.My brother did DNA test 2 years ago. He has no sub sahara Haplo Groups. Since we have same parents, same counts for me.
That said, in Egypt we take great pride in our ancestors. It is our roots and you need roots to survive. When someone tries to steal your history, he steals your past, your roots and with that your future and alienates you with your own land.
Egypt is not the only country African Americans have tried this with, and I think you should interpret this more as African Americans trying to find a culture from the old world they could identify with rather than an effort to insult Egyptian people. I was just watching a video yesterday where an African American leader was claiming that "Buddha was African". At the end of the day African Americans lost their history in one of the greatest tragedy's in human history and are looking at all sorts of places and possibilities. If they like your nation and your history and culture inspires them, what's wrong with them claiming Egyptians look like them? As long as they don't do it in historical academia who really cares, it's not like they are hurting anyone? While African Americans are not connected to Egyptians by the scholarly interpretation of race, by the American layman understanding(looking like someone is connection), their case does have merit. I just feel like there's so much more important issues to deal with and while this conversation is interesting and the Afrocentric viewpoint has it's clear bias's that prevent it from acknowledging some truths, the utter glee in which some people go after them on this as if this is some horrible miscarriage of justice rather than a simple misunderstanding of history done for pretty predictable reasons, really does reek of racism to me.