First of all, you can't. As a very simple example, your name gives clues as to your gender and heritage. Your name is "Michael Kunst", therefore I assume you are male because your first name is Michael, and have a background coming from somewhere in north-central Europe (near Germany), because your name sounds German. Even if the name "Michael Kunst" is a pseudonym and you're actually a woman from China, nevertheless I have already made assumptions about you based on that name, and most people looking to make assumptions about people for gender or heritage related reasons will do something similar.
So then the answer (to this specific question about your name; there are other questions to ask about other features of your resume) is one of two things, neither of which work:
1) Do not provide your name on your resume. This is egregiously unprofessional. How am I supposed to address you in an email? "To whom it may concern"? Nah.
2) Provide a fake name on your resume. This might actually be worse, because your very first impression to the company, your resume, has a lie on it. That's not a great way to open a relationship, by lying.
The other thing is, even if you were to try to lie or hide your identifying information on your resume, it would come out eventually, because you have to do an in-person interview eventually. If they are expecting a white male aged 30 and they get an old black woman, the company is going to know something is up, and even if at that point they decide not to be racist/ageist/sexist/etc about the situation, the mere fact that they've now uncovered the fact that you lied to them is probably grounds for terminating the interview process.
Just tell the truth. Don't make your identification egregious, like don't write on your resume "Qualification: I am a 55 year old black woman", but just be truthful in what you do want to say.