The backlash against what Robert L. Woodson calls the “race-grievance industry” is surging, and leading the revolt are right-tilting Black intellectuals like himself. On the heels of 1776 Unites, the Woodson Center’s response to the 1619 Project, Mr. Woodson has a surprise bestseller on his hands with “Red, White and Black: Rescuing American History from Revisionists and Race Hustlers,” a collection of essays by prominent Black thought leaders and scholars.