Veddoids and dravidians were not just Africans in origin they keep also the customs ( bearing sedan chairs for the kings or noble or upper people in Yatra Ratra festival just like in Africa , wearing loincloths just like in africa ( sarongs ) , trusting in sacred serpents , circumcision in remote dravidian peoples , trust in mother earth as mother goddess)Veddoids and Dravidians have African origins, just like every Human! Sure they seem closer by the fact they evolved less as a whole than other Eurasians. Less evolved concerning their allover auDNA doesn't mean they are by force less developped in intelligence... But it doesn't mean that they come recently from your tenacious "black" Africa. Other Eurasians are brothers or cousins of these Veddoids, just with more mutations compared to or common ancestors. Don't wring poor B. Sergent's words please.
Concerning Sumerians, I hope your map is not covering a period of 5000 years, what would suppress any value to it! I suppose it concerns today pop's... And Sumerians of old times were not inhabiting only the most southern part of Mesopotamia.
And don't forget there was a gradient concerning types in ancient Egypt; Southern Egyptians were not exactly what were Northern Egyptians, concerning the basic pop. And we cannot put too much confidence into the pictures of ancient times which surely had some stereotypic bias. Also it would not be bad to abandon the word 'black' which doesn't signify a lot in itself.
Concerning sumerians the map is about genetic presence since 50000 years till present , it doesn' t concern only modern pops because there's no australoid people in Irak and Qatar anymore and it covers all regions populated by sumerians such as Gerrha in saudi arabia
Concerning egypt , we can put too much confidence into the pictures of ancient times because it was reality seen by ancient egyptians:
ancient egyptians were brown as the pountites their ancestors also ancestors of somalis ( ethiopid phenotype ) while berbers and semites were white and nubians deep black ( nilotid phenotype )