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Our commitment to Black-owned businesses

Uber has committed to being an anti-racist company. We made commitments that cover a range of actions—from ridding our platform of racism to driving equity in the community. They’re at the core of our company’s priorities, and we continue to expand and evolve them. As part of that, we’ve dedicated $10 million to support Black-owned businesses around the world.

About our commitment

In our first step toward bringing this commitment to life, we’re partnering with EatOkra in the US to support Black-owned restaurants and to further enhance the experience for Black-owned restaurants on the Uber Eats and EatOkra platforms. You can learn more about our work to date in Harlem and Washington, DC. We’ll be expanding to more US cities in 2021 and 2022.

What is EatOkra?

EatOkra is the go-to app for discovering Black-owned restaurants, food trucks, and caterers nationwide. It’s where food, culture, and community link.

Connecting foodies to Black restaurants

With more than 10,000 Black-owned food and beverage businesses listed, and over 350,000 users, EatOkra is fulfilling its mission to connect foodies to Black restaurants and culinary events while amplifying the dining experience for and by Black communities. Restaurants can sign up here to join EatOkra.

How to identify as a Black-owned restaurant

If your restaurant is Black-owned business in the US, please complete the forms below to be identified on both platforms.

Once the 2 forms are finalized, our team will add the “Black-owned” tag to your restaurant on Uber Eats. For additional information, please see Uber Eats’ help page and EatOkra’s help page.

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