Gamal Brown is known as the social justice choreographer. His choreography includes, Mo’s Lament (2012), a haunting testament of a dear friend’s ongoing trials of life. The Colored Section (2012), a realistic view of an American atrocity of lynching and segregation. Writer, producer and choreographer for 6 + 1: Seven Deadly Sins (2016). ROHO: Spirit (2017), ballets illustrating his dance biography. Directed, Inside the Riot (2018), a collection of writers works officiated by the Maroon Arts Group. Awarded the 2018 and 2019 Columbus Dances Fellowship sponsored by Columbus Dance Theater and the Greater Columbus Arts Council. Awarded the Autumn 2019 Community Arts Fellow from The Ohio State University African and African American Studies and Cultural Extension Center. The King Arts Complex commissioned him to write, 20 & Odd (2019) in commemoration of the 400 years since the first documented arrival of enslaved Africans who came to America.