I think one of the points the report makes is that cop shows usually feature a multitude of POC characters and the writer's rooms are overwhelmingly white. If it was a show about the US in general then it would make sense to have a writer's room that represented the population of the US with 13% POC.
"Ramy" on Hulu is a great show. Second season just launched last week.
Thanks for bringing our attention to this important document. However, I'd say that calling out The Wire in the headline image is a little misleading. Sure, McNulty was one of the main leads and he's white, but the show was a treatise on the failures of the justice system and it helped to highlight systemic racism, at least in Baltimore. The show is used as a teaching tool in universities and also helped to usher the way for many black dramas. No television show is perfect, but it shouldn't be called out as normalizing injustice. Also, The Color of Change report only mentions it once when praising one of the episodes for showing the virtues of community policing (Page 129).