Perhaps I can answer if you can define what you mean.
In my view anyone who looks for policy solutions for groups instead of policy solutions for everyone as individuals is by definition discriminatory.
For example high out of wedlock birth rates in the black community have been called a problem for blacks. It is. However it is not unique to black folks, and any policy proposal directed at solving black out of wedlock births is discriminatory. The non discriminatory policy would address the social ill, not the color of the people affected by that ill.