I just binge watched Dear White People.
It's on the nose, but with a title like that & the fourth wall fun, it's clearly intentional. The characters feel multi-dimensional; the way each episode focuses on a different person probably helps with that.
I love the way it delves into respectability politics, which pops up in conversations about race like solipsism when discussing existence. All it takes is one minority to have ambivalent feelings about protests, or riots, or movement leadership, and a person without the same level of... ahem nuance, piggybacks their All Lives Matter and Why Can't We All Just Get Along? and Violence Isn't The Answer. It's a refreshing take without the saccharine Made For TV resolutions that take the teeth out of the argument, oversimplify the problem, or perpetuate ignorance. (But, remains palatable for white people... )
Also the Scandal parody is amaze. Also I wonder if Coco is an homage to Michaela on HTGAWM..