An indigenous people’s history of the United States. Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz. Similar to Zinn’s work, but with a focus on indigenous peoples. If you have HBO, this scholarship has also become part of the docuseries “Exterminate all the Brutes” (see: Exterminate all the Brutes: https://www.hbo.com/exterminate-all-the-brutes.)
A people’s history of the United States. Howard Zinn. The foremost readable social history on the market. Focuses on a chronological examination of the history and experiences of those often overlooked by traditional histories. Pairs nicely with the Zinn education project: https://www.zinnedproject.org/
A long-running podcast by historians at the University of Virginia. Each episode, they select a topic from current events and examine its existence and development in the 18th, 19th, and 20th centuries.
If you don't know, these are amateur historians telling stories through the lens of liquor, then acted out by relatively famous actors. Start with this one on Nellie Bly, the most famous woman you’ve probably never heard. There’s also a more sober episode on Bly from The Atlantic: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ACz2bwF1gEs
Hip Hughes History are 10-15 minute videos on a variety of US History topics including the Constitution, Supreme Court cases, and presidential elections. There are also videos on a range of World History topics.