These are my personal choices. There are doubtlessly more, some I may not know about. Please contribute your own suggestions in the comments.
Malcolm X (1992): Spike Lee’s masterful bio pic which rivals Citizen Kane as best movie ever IMHO.
Chi-Raq (2015): A musical comedy about urban/gang – and worldwide – violence based on Aeschylus’ Lysistrata told in hip-hop verse (think sex strike)! And it works!
Deacons for Defense (2003): Forest Whittaker and Ossie Davis in a drama about armed resistance among Alabama Blacks in the Civil Rights Movement.
Freedom Road (1979): Muhammed Ali (!) stars in this Reconstruction story about armed resistance to the imposition of Jim Crow, based on the novel by Howard Fast.
Nothing But A Man (1964): Abbey Lincoln. Story of a Black working-class family fighting for respect in an Alabama town.
Do the Right Thing (1989): Spike Lee’s tragicomic story of how a hot summer day in a Brooklyn neighborhood leads to a racial confrontation and conflagration.
The Chi (2019-20): TV series on Showtime, three seasons, created by Lena Waithe, about a neighborhood on Chicago’s South Side. Kind of like The Wire but from a Black perspective.
Queen & Slim (2019): Lena Waithe’s road drama, a Black Bonnie & Clyde, except the fleeing “suspects” are innocent.
When They See Us (2019): Netflix mini-series created and directed by Ava DuVernay about the Central Park 5, young teens tried, convicted, and jailed for a crime they didn’t commit.
Harriet (2019): Should have been up for an Oscar, just like Tubman’s picture should be on the ten-dollar bill.
13th (2016): Documentary by Ava DuVernay explores the “intersection of race, justice, and mass incarceration in the United States.”
I Am Not Your Negro (2016): Documentary about the life and work of James Baldwin.
The Spook Who Sat by the Door (1973): A Black CIA agent goes rogue and uses his skills to train groups of Chicago youth to be “freedom fighters.”