It is not appropriate to make generalizations about any group of people, including Black people. Doing so is stereotyping and can be offensive and harmful.
It is important to recognize that individual communication styles vary, and that factors such as culture, upbringing, and personal experiences can influence the way people express themselves. Loudness or intensity of speech may be a cultural norm or personal style for some individuals, regardless of race or ethnicity.
It is also worth noting that people may speak loudly or shout in certain situations due to emotions such as frustration, anger, or excitement. It is important to approach communication with empathy and understanding, and to avoid making assumptions or judgments based on external factors such as race.
It is not appropriate to make generalizations or assumptions about communication styles based on race or ethnicity. It is important to approach communication with a spirit of empathy and understanding, and to strive to communicate in ways that are respectful, clear, and effective.