Appearing in "Man, Thy Name is -- Brother!"
Synopsis for "Man, Thy Name is -- Brother!"
After another JLA meeting has ended, Snapper is mulling over people to write about in his essay about brotherhood for school. With three upstanding citizens that exemplify the subject he's writing about, who have had some recent troubles. Flash, Hawkman and Green Arrow agree to meet with these people and try to help them out.
Flash meets with an African-American boy named Joel Harper, and with his aid manages to stop a bunch of fur thieves and inspire him to continue his interest in garments. Green Arrow helps Jerry Nimo, a Native American who was erroneously accused of aiding in a train robbery, the two work together and stop the robbers. Finally in India, Hawkman and Snapper help aid-worker Harvey Young make peace between two warring tribes that are in need.
After everyone had returned to JLA headquarters, they tell their stories and Snapper gets the material to be able to write his story.
- This issue is reprinted in Justice League of America Archives Volume 7.
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