2.86 LSDAS GPA, 151 LSAT. URM
This is the part that actually matters, GPA/LSAT/URM. Take a look at LSAC's admission profiles to get an idea of your chances. If I had to guess, I'd say that you have at least a shot at all of the schools you listed, and at a few (like Cal Western) you have a very
good shot. Pepperdine, San Diego, and Santa Clara are probably reaches, but you never know. If you had either a higher GPA or LSAT to compensate, you'd be in a better position to predict. The fact that both are low is offset by your URM status, but it's hard to say how much.
One thing I'd focus on is location. I assume that you're in CA, since so many of the schools are CA schools. If you want to stay on CA, then you're probably better off going to a local school than someplace like Quinnipiac or Albany.