I need(ed) you to do better. The other horror franchises of acclaim are not out of the woods when it comes to a variety of representation, but compared to some, your approach to casting any characters of color is abysmal. I guess it wasn't "safe" enough or not even a thought to discombobulate the neat narrative of suburbia's all-white occupancy. An essential thought that is woefully inaccurate.
There is no consistent way of summing up Black female representation in the franchise because it just passes the non-existent barometer of having any at all. There is a huge leap from one of the earliest roles in the franchise to the entertaining yet face palming latest (and hopefully last). It being Halloween season and all, these ladies needed a spotlight for a moment so they aren't forgotten in polite, proper context conversation.
Gloria Gifford as Mrs. Alves in Halloween II (1981)
Lorena Gale as Nurse Wells in Halloween: Resurrection (2002)
Tyra Banks as Nora in Halloween: Resurrection (2002)