On meetups and on eventbrite, there are two groups, Washington DC history and culture, and Baltimore history and culture. They give lectures via Zoom on various historical events and people. They record some of them, but are unable to record the ones that involve music, due to copywrite laws. You’ll have to catch those lectures live. They are well worth it.
Today’s lecture was on Dr. Martin Luthor King, Jr and his speech at the March on Washington for jobs and freedom in 1963. It was recorded and will be posted on YouTube later this week.
They have various lectures already recorded and posted, so you can just search for the groups on YouTube, or you can use the link I posted above.
Again, I stress that these lectures are well worth the time it takes to view them. Be careful, though. You might learn something.