Ahh, just saw your other thread. I think you should definitely be aiming higher than the schools you proposed. Considering you're AA, you should add ~5-8 points to your LSAT when looking at where to apply. With your GPA, you should aim for splitter friendly schools. I'm not super familiar with which schools don't have hard GPA floors, especially for URMs, but maybe other posters can weigh in. URM cycles can be difficult to predict, so if you haven't already, check out the school admissions graphs on lawschoolnumbers.com, specifically for URM applicants. I'd also recommend looking through threads on the URM subforum to see how applicants from this cycle with similar stats fared. Both can give you a good idea of what will be possible with your numbers.
Also, have you considered retaking the LSAT? Even 5 points would make you a much stronger applicant for schools like WUSTL or UIUC, who are splitter friendly and give out scholarship money like candy.