Uber Technologies has agreed to provide next month its diversity data, which it had earlier declined to make public.
Representatives of the ride hailing company will disclose the information at the PUSHTech2020 summit on April 19 in Silicon Valley.
The move comes at a time when the company has run into a number of controversies, including sexual harassment charges leveled by a former employee, the exit of some key executives and a lawsuit from self-driving car rival Waymo.
The announcement follows a meeting Thursday between Uber CEO Travis Kalanick and civil rights leader the Rev. Jesse Jackson, founder and president of the Rainbow Push Coalition, which has been demanding higher representation for minorities in tech companies.