Black Girls Code, an Oakland organization that works to bring computer science education to African American girls through workshops and camps, said it got a $125,000 grant offer from Uber last year — and turned it down. It came at a time when the ride-hailing company was facing backlash from former engineer Susan Fowler’s allegations that the company had a culture of sexual harassment. It “seems a bit tone-deaf to really addressing real change in how they are moving towards both inclusion and equity,” Kimberly Bryant, the company’s founder, told TechCrunch at the time. Now, almost a year later, another tech company is offering double the amount to Bryant’s organization. She said yes.