If it is hard to find statues honoring women it is usually even harder to find statues honoring women of color, but I was able to come up with a few.
I found a couple near the local art museum. They have installed a number of representations of women of color (because we are so fascinating and exotic).
This statue has some stylized Hopi maidens performing a basket dance. This is done in October to ensure a good harvest.
This one is a deer dance and the women are holding a deer foreleg. It propitiates the deer spirit and helps to bring good hunting.
Stylized southwestern mother and child.
Una mujer, pero baille con un hombre. Unlike the other statues this woman is made of fiberglass.
Perhaps the most under-represented group (at least locally) are the green-skinned women, the mermaids. Once again we have the spectrum of female experience: virgin, mother, crone.