If you’re planning a visit to “Black history museums, memorials, relevant cultural sites and Black-owned businesses across the US and Canada,” during Black history money, Lyft has you covered.

The ride-sharing company will provide a free ride (up to $10) to a local cultural site that celebrates Black excellence, history and culture, officials announced last week.

“At Lyft, we believe in recognizing, celebrating, and supporting the contributions of incredible Black women and men throughout history and within our communities today,” the statement reads.

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“That is why during the month of February, we’ll be providing one free ride up to $10 to Black history museums, memorials, and relevant cultural sites, as well as to Black-owned businesses throughout various communities in which we serve.”

In a blog post announcing the promotion, the company said: “Much has been done, much remains to be done. Lyft is honored to step up today to do our part to continue building inclusive and more connected communities.”

For the effort, Lyft teamed with nonprofit Black Girls Code, which works to increase representation of Black women in technology.

Check out the list of participating cities here. As reported by ajc.com, the Lyft codes will give users one ride up to $10 to or from one of the locations listed.

Below are the codes for New York, Atlanta, Chicago and Los Angeles.

Atlanta, GA – BHMATL19

Atlanta History Center

Atlanta University Center Historic District

APEX Museum

Center for Civil and Human Rights

Martin Luther King Jr. National Historical Park

Chicago, IL – BHMCHI19

A. Philip Randolph Pullman Porter Museum

Black Ensemble Theater

DuSable Museum of African American History

Gallery Guichard

Los Angeles, CA – BHMLA19

African American Firefighter Museum

California African American Museum

Museum of African American Art (MAAA)

The Mayne A. Clayton Library & Museum (MCLM)

The William Grant Still Arts Center (WGSAC)

New York, NY – BHMNYC19

African Burial Ground National Monument

Louis Armstrong House Museum

MoCADA

Studio Museum in Harlem

The Apollo Theater

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