text from Word will be RGB and it may be different colors in the word doc. just select it all and make it the same color
In Word and as well in InDesign you have to work with Paragraph and Character Styles. Don't use manuall formatting. In these Style take care, that the color is set up correctly and no overrides are done. When you import Word files you can tag Word Styles to the correct InDesign Style.
No text in InDesign has to be without a Paragraph Style, no exception without a Character style and avoid also a return to force a distance between 2 paragraphs as it is shown in your screen shot.
Which is not the direct topic, but why did you put another text frame above a grey graphic frame? If you would use the grey graphic frame also for text, it could be a unit. Use Object styles for text frames too. You would not need these 2 blue guide lines with correct object styles.
Anyone who is working without styles makes a lot of useless work. Style help to work faster in InDesign (and also in Word).