I think Black Panther threaded the needle fairly nicely, once people actually saw the film. The great thing about it, and something I think resonated with people, is that not only was the cast 99% black but they reflected a wide range of characters and diversity within the African and African American communities, that was both tied in deeply to their ethnicity, and also greater than it.
And that movie also did such a great job with the women. The “woman shits on the incompetent men around her all movie” trope is sort of a shorthand for “feminism” in movies, which at this point I find rather lazy and reductive, but in Black Panther this was baked organically into the sibling relationship, among others, and the acting was at a high level. Chadwick played it nicely as if getting shit from them was a sign of affection, and in many ways that movie showed an idealistic equality of the sexes that is very rare in cinema.