A common complaint about capitalism is that “all the capitalist sees is money”. Given that this is true, observe that anyone who “only cares about money”, doesn’t care about the color of the person where their money comes from.
Capitalism is a system of individual rights — it is a necessary political condition to the banishment of racism, where it results in the violation of individual rights. The only protection a man needs from racism is the protection of his rights — specifically protection from the initiation of force, whether it be a knife held at ones throat by a Black Panther, or the noose held by a member of the KKK.
Observe the great American “melting pot” where the warring tribes of Europe who were busy killing each other in their homeland, were able to live relatively peacefully together. What principle was the cause of this? Politically, the principle of individual rights — the foundation of capitalism.
This principle of individualism is gradually being eroded as the racists of today are advocating that people be rewarded political privileges, based on ones race, i.e., so called “affirmative action” — the affirmation of racist policies. Under capitalism, such evil racist policies — carried out by the power of government — would be outlawed. Under capitalism, the only form of judgment is the method of individualism — judging each man as an individual, i.e., by the content of ones character, and not the color of his skin (ancestry) as racists like Jesse Jackson clamor for.
For further reading and study:
See Ayn Rand’s brilliant essay “Racism” in the Virtue of Selfishness and also her article Global Balkanization in the The Voice of Reason.