This is from one of the original Dr. Fate comics from the 40's and/or 50's. Don't know if you have noticed what is wrong with the picture yet, but if not let me point it out below.
If you didn't notice it right away, please take a look at the panel above. It depicts an African-American baggage handler in a less than flattering way. In fact, it is outright racist. This is part of comic book history.
Now, of course, things are much different now. But that being so, the majority of heroes are still Caucasian and still very much American. James Robinson is doing a great job of changing this in his re-building of Earth 2, and I applaud him for it. Some are saying that this is change, just for change sake. I counter with, why is a superhero entrenched so deeply in Egyptian mythology a blonde haired, blue eyed person? And again, I must reiterate that Kent Nelson and his nephew Kent V. Nelson are two of my very favorite characters of all time. That being said, I am so glad that Mr. Robinson is giving us diversity in this new world. I also enjoyed Superman's revelation in the last Injustice comic, where he goes to the Middle East and saves a boy and his town from a bombing from their own president. He tells the boy and the towns' people that he is sorry, that he hasn't been there and that he should have always been there. I loved that, because right away, that made Superman a more global character just like when he renounced his U.S. citizenship years ago. The world is a much smaller and diverse place now, and I am glad that comics are reflecting this. Bravo Mr. Robinson, and bravo DC Comics!