Allah does not look upon your looks, you will enter the highest place of jannah whether black or white.

Allah does not look upon your looks, you will enter the highest place of jannah whether black or white.
 
1. Umm Zufar al Habashiyyah
2. Khansa the wife of Hudhaifa the companion
3. Zaahir ibn Hiraam who said I am defective.
4. Ata bin Abi Rabah the leader of Tabiyeen.
5. Luqmaan Hakeem
6. Najashi (Negus) The black King.
7. The great Bilal Habshi.
 
1. Umm Zufar the one who was given paradise on her patience.
 
Ibn Abbas informed Ata bin Abi Rabah that Prophet peace be upon him said to her about her illness “”If you endure it patiently, you will be rewarded with paradise”..
 
Ata said, “I saw this woman, Umm Zufar, on the steps of the Kabah. (She was) a black woman, tall in height”.
 
[Adab al Mufrad by Imam Bukhari Book 1, Hadith 505-6]
 
2. Khansa the black wife of Hudhaifa the companion.
 
Hudhaifa said: O Khansa even though you are black and not beautiful still you have been mentioned by The chiefs (Angels) on high and You have been mentioned by Allah in his book. Then Hudhaifa freed her and married her.
 
[Tafsir al Al-Thaʿlabi under 2:221, Same is mentioned by al Qurtubi under 2:221]
 
3. Zaahir ibn Hiraam who said I am defective.
 
Rasoolullah sallallahu alaihe wasallam said to Zaahir ibn Hiraam Al-Ashja’ee when said I am defective and he was not attractive,
 
“No, you are not defective in the sight of Allah, but very valuable.”
 
[Shumail Muhammadi by Tirmidhi Book 35, Hadith 229, Authenticated by Ibn Hajar, Al Albani, Al Arnaoot, Al Haythamee.]
 
4. Ata bin Abi Rabah Sayyid ud Tabiyeen (the leader of Tabiyeen) was black, blind, limp, paralysed and snubnosed.
 
Ibn Sa`ad said:
وسمعت بعض أهل العلم يقول: كان عطاءٌ أسود أعور أفطس أشل أعرج، ثم عَمِيَ بعد ذلك؛
I heard from some people of knowledge that Ataa was black, one eyed, snub nosed, crippled and later even got blind.
[Tabqaat ul Kubra 6/22]
 
Abu al Maleeh al Raqqi said:
رأيت عطاء أسود يخضب بالحناء
I saw Ataa as a black man, and used to die his hair with hina. [Siyar Alam an-Nubala]
 
5. Luqman Hakeem.
 
al Qurtubi said:
وقال سعيد بن المسيّب: كان لقمان أسود من سودان مصر ذا مشافر، أعطاه الله تعالى الحكمة ومنعه النبوّة؛ وعلى هذا جمهور أهل التأويل إنه كان وليًّا ولم يكن نبياً. وقال بنبوّته عِكرمة والشعبيّ؛ وعلى هذا تكون الحكمة النبوّة. والصواب أنه كان رجلاً حكيماً بحكمة الله تعالى
S’ayeed Bin al-Musayyib said: Luqman was a black man from the Sudan of Egypt, and his lips were very large. Allah bestowed him wisdom and did not give him Prophecy. This is the view of the majority of Mufassirs (those who explained the Qur’an). Imam ‘Ikrama and Sh’abi said that he was a Prophet. This means that they explained “wisdom” by “Prophecy”. The correct opinion is that he was a wise man. Allah bestowed him with the wisdom. [Tafsir al Qurtubi under Surah Luqman verse 12]
 
6. Najashi (Negus) The black King.
 
Narrated Aisha, Ummul Mu’minin: When Negus died, we were told that a light would be seen perpetually at his grave.
Narrated Aisha, Ummul Mu’minin: When Negus died, we were told that a light would be seen perpetually at his grave.
[Sunan Abu Dawood Book no: 14 Hadith 2571, Shaykh al Albani graded weak but Shaykh Zubair Ali Zaee and Shaykh Shuayb al Arnaoot said the chain is hasan]
 
7. The great Bilal Habshi.
 
Jabir b. ‘Abdullah reported that Allah’s Messenger (ﷺ) said:
 
I was shown Paradise and I saw the wife of Abu Talha (i.e. Umm Sulaim) and I heard the noise of steps before me and, lo, it was that of Bilal.
 
[Sahih Muslim 2457]
 
These are just few examples.