It's not limited to one Black history website.
The site "Black Then: Discovering Our History" says:
Dr. Frances Cress Welsing is a psychiatrist who is noted for the “Cress Theory of Color Confrontation,” which explores the practice of ‘white supremacy.’ She is also the author of The Isis Papers: The Keys to the Colors, in which she explores the possibility that white people are the genetically defective descendants of albino mutants.
Dr. Welsing was born Frances Luella Cress in Chicago, Illinois on March 18, 1935. Her father, Henry N. Cress, was a physician, and her mother, Ida Mae.
In the 1960s, Dr.Welsing moved to Washington, D.C. and began her career practicing psychiatrist starting her career at Cook County Hospital as an intern, 1962-63. She also work at St. Elizabeth Hospital, resident in general psychiatry, 1963-66; Children’s Hospital, fellowship child psychiatry, 1966-68; private practice in general psychiatry, Washington, DC, 1966, and general and child psychiatry, Washington, DC, 1968; Howard University College of Medicine, assistant professor of pediatrics, 1968-75; Hillcrest Children’s Center, clinical director, 1975-76; affiliated with Paul Robeson School for Growth and Development, North Community Mental Health Center, Washington, DC, 1976-90.
In The Isis Papers, Dr. Welsing described the “melanin theory. The claim is that white people are the genetically defective descendants of albino mutants. She wrote that due to this “defective” mutation, they may have been forcibly expelled from Africa, among other possibilities. Racism, in the views of Welsing, is a conspiracy “to ensure white genetic survival.” She attributed AIDS and addiction to crack cocaine and other substances to “chemical and biological warfare” by whites.
According to Dr. Welsing's Isis Papers:
White skin is a form of albinism. There is no difference, microscopically speaking, between the white skin of a white person and the skin of
a person designated as an albino. My central thesis here is that white-
skinned peoples came into existence thousands of years ago as the albino
mutant offsprings of black-skinned mothers and fathers in Africa. A
sizeable number of these Black parents had produced, rejected and then
cast out of the community their genetic defective albino offspring, to live
away from the normal black skin-pigmented population with the awareness of their rejection and alienation (as in leper colonies).
See also the Black radio station website Wurdradio which has a January 2016 article written by Black author Liron Anderson-Bell which also explains:
In The Isis Papers, Dr. Welsing put forth Melanin Theory, which suggests that people of African descent are genetically superior and that whites are the genetically defective descendants of albino mutants who may have been expelled from the African continent.