Why is it that the Church continues to portray Jesus as a white man?

Jesus Christ is neither black nor white alone but an Ethiopian, whose racial identity was established in the birth of and depicted in the image of Melke-Tsedeq as constituting the seeds of the Three sons of Noah, typifying Ham as Black, Shem as Red or Yellow, and Japheth as White. Such depiction diametrically conforms to the biblical description of the features of the Messiah.