Indian men aren't given a fair go on the dating scene.
There have been many successful campaigns in the past to raise awareness for a variety of causes, such as discrimination against homosexuals or those with mental health illnesses or the socioeconomically disadvantaged. I feel it's time to start campaigning for equality for Indian men too.
Most Helpful Girl
Well this is the thing: nothing can be done.
You can't force people to want to date a particular race, even if you feel it's discriminatory. People have the right to pick a partner based on what they are attracted to, and there is no fair or logical way to really make it so that Indian men have a "fair chance" to date whoever they want because you really can't do that without forcing somebody to give up their preferences, which in this day in age is never going to happen. Their rights aren't being violated so campaigning that people should date you likely isn't going to go very far.
If you wanted to approach it as spreading awareness about the culture to get rid of misconceptions, that would be another thing that could actually prove to be a fruitful venture.1
Most Helpful Guy
"Discriminiation" is an overused word but (in the US) it generally refers to a protected class of people being denied rights that are guaranteed by our Constitution and statutory laws. There are no laws which guarantee that all girls will want to jump on Indian bones. If girls aren't attracted to you. . . deal with it.2